Sprint Touch Diamond Reviewed
The Wall Street Journal has published a review of the technically-unannounced HTC Touch Diamond for Sprint. The review confirms that most specs match the GSM version, including a 3.2 megapixel auto-focus camera. HTC's TouchFLO 3D UI is complemented by an Opera web browser and special YouTube client. The Touch Diamond will be available this month with Sprint for $250 with a two-year contract, after rebate.
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seriously this article is like watching foxnews covering the DNC.
wow "slammer" you almost sounded smart,almost...
I can't wait for the TOUCH PRO...aka Diamond with a slide out keyboard which was The Raphael a few months ago then The Herman then to the TOUCH PRO...aka Diamond with a slide...
Victor is the Diamond
Slammer is right, windows mobile is not trying to be the iphone, nor is the iphone trying to be windows mobile.
The dare or instinct is a much better comparrision in my op...
The HTC touch can do everything that I have ever been able to throw at it, ssh, vnc, irc, websites, flash video sites with skyfire (Just how the video would play on a desktop computer).
This guy should stick to reviewing apple only products that way he cannot show how ig...
Did WSJ actually have the Sprint version?!
The question is, how would Walt get Sprints version before it's [B]American debut[/B]? If WSJ did not have a Sprint version they need to make a retraction, it is clear many who read that review are under the impression WSJ did indeed have a Sprint version.
"according to Microsoft Corp. officials. Next week's la...
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Diamond already on Sprints website
And now WSJ will review...