HTC Touch Diamond now available on Sprint

True to their word, Sprint now has the HTC Touch Diamond out for retail, and if you want to take the Touch Diamond home to drool over it will cost $250.00, that is after a $200.00 instant saving along with a $100.00 mail in rebate and on a 2 year contract.

So there you have it, the Sprint Touch Diamond Windows Mobile 6.1 candy-bar design mobile handset with HTC’s TouchFLO 3D salve, 2.8 inch touch-screen baby with GPS and EV-DO Rev.A, WiFI, Bluetooth, 4GB memory and a 3.2 megapixel camera.

So now the question is do you grab the Sprint Touch Diamond, or wait for the Touch Pro which is due October 19th?

Source — engadget


5 thoughts on “HTC Touch Diamond now available on Sprint”

  1. Sabby says:

    Can anyone answer the follwing question for me?????

    Will the HTC touch diamond (Sprint Version) be available in the U.k and on unlocked so i can use it for my network? Or is it specifically for Sprint customers in the U.S?

    I would really like to get this phone.

  2. I can answer, The HTC Touch diamond (sprint version) will be available in the UK , but you will need to get it unlocked yourself, any phone dealer can do it, and it is fairly cheap, but i would recommend you get it on contract, as it will work out cheaper in the long run.The phone is Very good, as i bought it whilst on a trip in NYC and asked the same question myself.Cya around! Loveyouall!!

  3. Sabby says:

    Cheers chambo thats good to know as it seems like the only phone that i would actually like to get………

    Just one more question though????? when exactly is it due to hit the UK through contract as i cant find no information on it…. im with o2 and they have nothing about it on their website….. so if u could let me know when its out that would be great…

  4. The Truth says:

    Just to clarify there is no such evidence that the sprint version ill be out fo the UK.

    It looks like it is specifically for sprint users in the US. And it also does not take a sim card so getting it unlocked will be difficult and possibly costly.

    So its a bummer caus ei really would of loved to get this phone but hey the US are hogging it.

    there you go the truth has spoken.

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