Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Touch Diamond : iPhone killer

HTC has unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the Touch Diamond. Featuring stunning aesthetics such as a black steel finish and a unique shaped back, the compact smartphone is sure to be a hit with the fashion conscious. Targeted mainly at mobile Internet users, the Diamond’s main draw is its fast HSDPA 7.2Mbps (megabits per second) wireless connection speed which is supposed to deliver an improved web browsing experience.

The Diamond has a customised web browser (based on Opera) that allows users to zoom and pan, which makes it easier to view and navigate websites. Also, turning the device sideways automatically rotates the page view from portrait to landscape.

In addition to web browsing, the Diamond includes a YouTube application that can be used to watch or upload video content to the popular videosharing site.

The Diamond also features a touch-responsive user interface called TouchFlo 3D that replaces the standard Windows Mobile Today screen and gives users easy access to their contacts, music, video, photos and weather forecast.

Also, the interface has more visual-based interactions to help you manage text messages, album artwork, video stills and snapshots of contacts in your address book. Plus, the smartphone also comes with an integrated GPS to help guide you to your destination.

Other features include a 2.8in LCD with VGA (640 x 480pixels) resolution, 802.11b/g WiFi connectivity, 3.2-megapixel autofocus camera and 4GB of internal storage.


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