Review: HTC Touch Diamond
The HTC Touch Diamond uses touch resistance technology for its touch screen. HTC does a better job with this technology than some other phone manufacturers. Because so much of what you do with the phone requires you to press the screen, responsiveness is key. Thankfully, the Diamond is very responsive to your touch. There were a few instances where I had to re-touch the phone to illicit a response, but because the Diamond doesn't use haptics, there were no false positives. You simply touch it again if it didn't work the first time. Chances are, it probably worked the first time.
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