Review: HTC Touch Diamond
Oct 3, 2008, 11:07 AM by Eric M. Zeman
HTC offers up a CDMA version of its Touch Diamond for Sprint. It is a mixed bag of HTC goodness and Windows Mobile madness.
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The Touch Diamond combines style and the powerful Windows Mobile platform that many business users need with the HTC TouchFLO 3D user interface. The Diamond does make a few concessions, however, that are sure to put some potential users off.
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Its Finally here!!! The flawless Diamond
-Only 4GB of internal memory(not expandable)
-On screen keyboard only(horrible if you send a lot of text or email.)
-Back cover looks cheap and horrible color.
I think I will go with my G1 with a huge screen, full keyboa...
Couple of questions
Also, you mentioned how much of a pain it is to use the headset adapter. It's not too bad if you are using it on the desk or something like that. I do see where it's a pain when you want to use a 3.5mm headset and not be at a desk. Did you try the mini usb headset that comes with it? They seem to work OK for me.
Worth Every last penny!!!
I like Diamond's browser better
You can surf opera in landscape, just turn it sideways since it has the build in accelerometer. Granted sometimes it doesnt register, it will do it tho...
Not too shabby HTC