Nokia has a famous mobile phone concept named Nokia prism concept. It’s a fashion mobile concept and Nokia has launched series of mobile phones in this category. Mainly all of them have prismatic and triangular shapes and colors. Today our reviewing phone is very similar to this concept phones but it’s a HTC phone.
The latest HTC squad member, HTC Touch Diamond, might as well be starting a new era for Microsoft OS-powered mobiles.
Never before has Windows Mobile looked this sharp, nor has it been as feature-loaded. Gem-inspired design, VGA screen, GPS and a built-in accelerometer might just be enough to get WinMo fans exited but the HTC Touch Diamond reaches beyond. A usable 3 megapixel camera and the latest edition of the TouchFLO UI are running on the brand new 6.1 version of the Windows Mobile Professional OS. And all that is packed into a package that’s as compact as they get.
It’s rather hard to find a Windows mobile device to boast the same extras as the Diamond and be just as pocket-friendly. The compact size of the HTC Touch Diamond and the VGA screen are its best ammo in the market share war.
• 2.8" 65K-color VGA display
• TouchFLO 3D Home screen and gesture controls
• 4 GB of internal storage
• Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 Mhz CPU and 192 MB DDR SDRAM
• Dedicated graphics chip (64MB RAM reserved for graphics)
• HSDPA 7.2Mbps
• Built-in GPS receiver
• Standout design
• Compact and lightweight
• Stereo FM radio with RDS
• 3.15 MP auto focus camera
• Active magnetic stylus
• Touch-sensitive scroll wheel
• MS Office Mobile document editor
• Opera 9.5 web browser
• Standard miniUSB slot and Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
• Comes with the amusing Teeter game
• YouTube client
• Excellent video playback performance