HTC Touch Pro more
We met with HTC in NYC this week, and had some hands-on time with the recently-announced Touch Pro.
As most people assumed from the initial press photos, it's basically the Touch Diamond with a slide-out keyboard, and thicker. The thickness of the Pro is disappointing, (especially when you set it next to the thin Diamond,) but we were pleased to see that it's essentially the same size as the Diamond in the other dimensions.
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We were encouraged by the high-quality feel of the device, and the new Diamond-like styling is a huge improvement in the looks department over the models it will replace. It even boasts a few tweaks to the deign that some people will consider improvements, such as a matte-finish back and slightly rounded corners.
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