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    Roger 2008
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    An Overview of the HTC Diamond

    HTC have unveiled the HTC Diamond, the latest in their Touch series of
    smartphones. Running Windows Mobile 6.1, the HTC Diamond features a VGA
    touchscreen, 7.2Mbps HSDPA/HSUPA, WiFi b/g and GPS. It also has HTC's new
    TouchFLO 3D interface, a slick overlay for WM6.1 that adds CoverFlow-syle
    navigation to contacts, images, video and music.

    http://htc-diamond.com/

    My only question is, why couldn't they give it Wireless N?






    See More: Check out the "new" Touch




  2. #2
    Batista
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    Re: Check out the "new" Touch

    I have seen many videos on this amazing phone but what I hate is that this
    phone won't be available to us until the end of summer. It brings me to why
    I think Sprint is in trouble. They show us this phone but they make you wait
    forever to get it. If the Diamond is going to be made ready to go in Europe,
    why can't we get the same? I get tired of seeing lots of videos on phones
    coming soon to the USA but already being enjoyed overseas. I think they just
    need to speed that process. They could make a lot more money putting those
    amazing phones like the HTC Diamond or the Samsung Instinct out in the USA
    much earlier. Now instead, I have to wait until the end of summer to enjoy
    this phone and it irks me a bit because with the features on these phones,
    my summer could have been more interesting. But I will wait for the Diamond.
    That phone looks amazing.
    "Roger 2008" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > An Overview of the HTC Diamond
    >
    > HTC have unveiled the HTC Diamond, the latest in their Touch series of
    > smartphones. Running Windows Mobile 6.1, the HTC Diamond features a VGA
    > touchscreen, 7.2Mbps HSDPA/HSUPA, WiFi b/g and GPS. It also has HTC's new
    > TouchFLO 3D interface, a slick overlay for WM6.1 that adds CoverFlow-syle
    > navigation to contacts, images, video and music.
    >
    > http://htc-diamond.com/
    >
    > My only question is, why couldn't they give it Wireless N?
    >
    >
    >






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