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PUBLISHED ON April 2008

HTC Touch Diamond

Discontinued
ALSO KNOWN AS
This phone is not compatible with any US GSM operator.

Construction
Dimension102x51x11.5mm (4.02x2.01x0.45")
Weight110gr (3.88oz)
Form FactorCandy Bar
Material
Colors
Usability
Display Resolution480x640px
Display Size43x57mm (1.69x2.24") ~286PPI
Display Diagonal2.8"
Display Type65k TFT
Secondary Display Resolution
InputNavigation panel
Capacitive Touchscreen
Talk Time5 hours, 30 minutes
Standby Time11 days, 21 hours
OSWindows Mobile 6.1
JavaMIDP 2.0
VibrationAvailable
RingtonePolyphonic
Hardware
ChipsetQualcomm MSM7201A
Processor528MHz ARM11
GPUAdreno 130
Ram192MB
Internal Memory4GB
External Memory
Camera Resolution3.15 Megapixel
Camera Flash
Camera Lens
Optical Zoom
Front Camera0.3 Megapixel
Front Camera Flash
Other FunctionalitiesAccelerometer
Proximity Sensor
SpeakerMono
Battery Capacity900mAh
Battery Type
Connectivity
WIMAX
WiFiWi-Fi 802.11 b/g
UPnP
NFC
USBv2.0
Bluetoothv2.0
Positioning SystemIntegrated GPS
TV Receiver
TV Out
Audio Output
RadioFM
RDS
Ethernet
Infrared
Cellular Network
Network CompatibilityGSM 1800, 1900, 900
UMTS 2100, 1900
HSPA 2100, 1900

GSM 1800, 1900, 850
UMTS 900, 850
HSPA 900, 850
SIM CardsMini
PTT
HSCSD
GPRSClass 10
EDGEClass 10
AMPS
CDMA2000 1xEV-DO
US Operators
AT&T
GSM 1900 / UMTS 1900 / HSDPA 1900
T-Mobile US
GSM 1900 / UMTS 1900 / HSDPA 1900
Verizon
Sprint Nextel
VARIOUS
Price Range
HTC Touch Diamond photo

World Compatibility

worldwide compatibility
N/A
2G
3G
3.5G
4G

REVIEWS

80 out of 100
TechRadar
This is a great handset with a wishlist of features that work really well read more
67 out of 100
CNET
The HTC Touch Diamond offers much in the way of sex appeal and flash, and it's certainly got a formidable feature set. However, we hope HTC resolves some of the performance issues we experienced before the smartphone is released in the States. read more
65 out of 100
Digital Trends
...we have very few complaints about the outside of the Diamond Touch, and wish the software inside could live up to its promise. (source page not available anymore)
60 out of 100
Good Gear Guide
The much-hyped Touch Diamond had plenty of potential, but ultimately it is a hugely frustrating phone to use. A great display, stylish design and reasonable browser are let down by a sluggish and slow user interface. Unfortunately, the great eye candy of the Diamond isnt enough to push it over the line. read more
N/A out of 100
mobile-review
N/A out of 100
Techhive
N/A out of 100
GSMArena
We called it a game for the Diamond and Omnia but the crowd is still on their feet, so there we go with the HTC Diamond's lap of honor. The latest HTC squad member, HTC Touch Diamond, might as well be starting a new era for Microsoft OS-powered mobiles.... read more

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