FCC Approves HTC Touch Diamond with U.S. 3G
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Jul 29, 2008, 11:11 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Documents seen on the FCC site reveal some details about a new version of the HTC Touch Diamond. The Touch Diamond was first announced by HTC in May. The original version did not support U.S. 3G spectrum bands. This new version seen on the FCC site includes WCDMA 850/1900, and also confirms Bluetooth 2.0+EDR and Wi-Fi. HTC has not said when this variant of the Touch Diamond will become available. HTC announced a CDMA variant of the Diamond earlier this month.
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Another great phone NOT going to T-Mobile...Sigh
For god's sake, can we at least get one phone that I would be proud to sell and use myself?!
*Currently using an unlocked iPhone*
plus, they are on the android foundation, and htc is expecting to have an android phone rolled out by november, with the close relations with htc, i don't think tmo will have trouble getting a great htc ...
The replacement for the Tilt (8925) is the Touch Pro, but they haven't announced a NAM 3G version of that one yet.
What pisses me off is no 1700MHz 3G?
boring! how about Sony X1 passed FCC yet?