Sprint Officially Announces HTC Touch Diamond and Touch Pro
Sep 10, 2008, 8:00 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Sprint announced the two Touch-based Windows Mobile smartphones from HTC, the Touch Diamond and the Touch Pro. Both of these phones have already been released for GSM networks. These are CDMA variants for Sprint Customers. Most of the specs remain unchanged from when these devices were announced earlier this year. Both have stereo Bluetooth, 3.2 megapixel cameras with autofocus, Wi-Fi, GPS, full Opera HTML Web browsers, and microSD storage expansion. The Touch Pro adds a slide-out QWERTY keyboard.
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What plans will these use?
please go to sprint.com and look up plans but with what the phone can do why would not get a dat...
whats the point of a pda without messaging or data also sprint is and has been 3g for years so if u already have sprint you already have 3g
silly rabbit smh
Did they say any dates?
Hmmm. Latest by Tuesday.....
Have lots of friends at sprint also. Hope this helped!!!
Need some advice.
Overall, the 800w is a decent phone. It has fast internet and has WM 6.1 pro. On the other hand, it suffers from TERRIBLE battery life, an unusual screen resolution (320x320) which most 3rd party apps, (such as TOM TOM or IGUIDANCE) don't support. It also does not have great call quality, the call quality is average at best. The speakerphone is plain bad.
Does anyone know if the HTC PRO has good solid call quality? Also, it seems as though it is the same size as the 800w in height width and depth except that it is about 0.3 oz heavier, can anyone confirm that, or is it really bulkier? (Why do people call the mogul a "brick"?) Does the PRO have good...
I'll take the Pro, thank you! 😎