Video Tour: HTC Touch for Sprint
Nov 15, 2007, 2:15 PM by Eric Lin
The CDMA version of the Touch has a number of software improvements over its GSM predecessor. Are they enough to win your heart?
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We first showed you the Touch when HTC launched the GSM earlier this year. The CDMA version for Sprint looks the same, but it has a number of software upgrades (and it's faster, too). This video tour shows off most the improvements to the TouchFlo interface. About the only thing we missed was that the Touch for Sprint also has a Rolodex-like alphabet down the side of the contact list - very much like on the iPhone and it works very well - better, perhaps, than on the iPhone.
You can watch the tour here:
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looks pretty crappy
Come on people...