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Sep 18, 2008, 12:27 AM
Please note that this is NOT my review as i have yet to get my anxious hands on this epic device ... just saw it on Yahoo! and thought i would share (patiently patiently waiting 😈 )

I was pretty wowed when I first got some hands-on time with the Diamond back in June, especially after checking out its glorious TouchFlo interface. But after a week with HTC's touchscreen handset, my enthusiasm started to fade. Why? Blame Windows Mobile.

Measuring 4 by 2 by 0.45 inches and weighing in at just 4.1 ounces, the Diamond ($249 on Sprint with a two-year contract) makes for one of the smallest and lightest Windows Mobile-powered handsets on the market—certainly much smaller than last year's bulky HTC Touch.

The Diamond is gorgeo...

Sep 18, 2008, 11:42 AM
What is the point of posting this review, it has nothing to do with the Sprint version. The reviewer clearly says "I was pretty wowed when I first got some hands-on time with the Diamond back in June." The Sprint version did not make it's American debut until Sept 10 at the CTIA show in San Francisco, despite what the other reviewers said I.E, WSJ, they did not have a Sprint version either, they had the same GSM version CNET and GSMarena had.

Sep 19, 2008, 9:13 AM
READ before you flame ok ???!!! This review IS for the Sprint version hence why he talks about SPRINT TV, SPRINT REV A, etc. (Ctrl F "Sprint" and you WOULD HAVE NOTICED THIS) or maybe you should have just read the review.

People actually want to post usefull things on here instead of "trolls" who want to argue/complain while wasting there employers money on wages.

Thanks for a useless post.

Sep 19, 2008, 9:17 AM

"The Diamond certainly ranked as one of the peppier Windows Mobile handsets I've ever reviewed, and it also benefits from speedy data access via Wi-Fi and Sprint's EV-DO Rev. A network."

Your right ... i forgot the GSMs version is so epic that it can even ride on SPRINTS Rev. A network. WOW. 🤣

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