The Touch2's multimedia foibles continue with the camera.
HTC's cameras have been the source of long-standing grumbling from users, and the Touch2 doesn't rectify the situation.
The camera's specification is reasonable – a fixed focus lens with a 3.2 megapixel sensor behind it should be capable of decent results, but our test images don't lie.
We saw washed-out colours, chromatic aberrations and aggressive JPEG compression in virtually all of our shots, making this a camera best used for simple documentation than creative endeavours.
The lack of a flash doesn't help either – on the basis that most camera phone pictures are taken in the pub, the Touch2's camera is poorly specified.