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jumplvlan23 08-01-2008 09:15 PM

Htc Touch Diamond
 
Anyone heard of that phone? Anyone know where I can get it?
I don't know if this is in the right subforum or not :stars:

Acie 08-01-2008 10:53 PM

Is it even available yet?

jumplvlan23 08-02-2008 12:20 AM

Well not yet... I want the GSM version... but you can get it shipped.. the GSM version right?

lang 08-02-2008 07:08 AM

I have it.

It's not a bad substitute for the iPhone. It does lag at times, but that's probably due more to Windows than anything. But if you want something flashy, it's a great phone.

jumplvlan23 08-02-2008 10:05 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by lang (Post 47756)
I have it.

It's not a bad substitute for the iPhone. It does lag at times, but that's probably due more to Windows than anything. But if you want something flashy, it's a great phone.

Nice!
Would you take it over the iPhone?

I want a phone primarily for multimedia purposes with the ability to talk and text obviously... And obviously a phone that is flashy... A phone that can basically play my music library, take pictures, play videos...

Not really interested in much else other than that because I am not getting a data plan to go along with it.

lang 08-03-2008 01:32 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jumplvlan23 (Post 47769)
Nice!
Would you take it over the iPhone?

I want a phone primarily for multimedia purposes with the ability to talk and text obviously... And obviously a phone that is flashy... A phone that can basically play my music library, take pictures, play videos...

Not really interested in much else other than that because I am not getting a data plan to go along with it.

I've never owned the iPhone - only payed around with it once. I like the HTC better, because it looks and feels classier. Clarity on the phone is great. Texting is a bit of a hassle, but that holds the same for the iPhone as well due to the nature of the touch screen.

Also, the HTC comes with a little pen and losing that is always a headache.


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