HTC Updates Touch Pro, Confirms Touch Pro2 Headed to U.S.
HTC has issued a firmware update for Touch Pro that includes bug fixes, and improved performance of the TouchFlo 3D user interface and camera software. The update is available only to GSM variants of the Touch Pro and can be downloaded from HTC's web site. HTC also confirmed, via Twitter, that it will be bringing the Touch Pro2, announced during Mobile World Congress, to the U.S. It didn't specify which carriers will offer the Touch Pro 2 through, however.
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Touch Pro2 is better than the Touch HD.
T-Mo version please.
As hunterd said, it will ship with 6.1 at launch but will have a free upgrade to 6.5 available once Mic...