HTC Touch Diamond 2


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HTC Touch Diamond2 and Nokia 8800

Woohoo is thursday now! very soon it come to weekend..Thursday! Which is my phone review day…lets see what are the 2 new cool interesting phone i gonna introduce today! haha…They are, HTC Touch Diamond 2 and Nokia 8800…Same here, i will write out the HTC Touch Diamond2 first, followed by Nokia 8800…what so special about this 2 phone? hehe, Read the next few paragraph to know more about it! xD

Review on HTC Touch Diamond 2
Till now, HTC going to release their latest touchscreen phone which called as HTC Touch Diamond2 aka Director’s cut. Well, the design of its phone layout together with the 3.2 inches of screen as well as the black sliver colour make the overall phone look unique! haha…Actually, i like its design more than its phone specification!

Lets see how the professional say about this HTC Touch Diamond 2…

HTC Touch Diamond2 is next on our roll call of MWC debuts but this time it’s less about the brand spanking novelty and more about balanced and sensible upgrades. People tend to have second thoughts about sequels but this one here is signed by HTC and may as well be the director’s cut of a blockbuster.

It is only recently that Windows Mobile fans are receiving the treatment they deserve after years of undeserved exile. The WinMo devices are no longer stigmatized as ugly bricks with awkward handling and HTC are one of the main agents of this change. The HTC Touch Diamond was one of the most complete devices and its stand-out styling earned it well deserved popularity… [Read More]

The HTC Touch Diamond2 comes with plenty of preloaded applications – the essentials are already installed, which means you can start using it straight away. There’s the regular stuff such as an RSS Reader, a YouTube application and a Streaming Media manager. The MP3 trimmer app from the previous Diamond is missing however…[Read More]

Key features:
3.2″ 65K-color WVGA display
Latest TouchFLO 3D
Qualcomm MSM7200A 528 Mhz CPU and 288 MB RAM
Dedicated graphics chip (64MB RAM reserved for graphics)
Quad-band GSM support
3G with HSDPA 7.2Mbps and HSUPA 2Mbps
Wi-Fi and built-in GPS receiver
Stereo FM radio with RDS
5 MP auto focus camera with excellent image quality
microSD card slot
Touch-sensitive zoom bar
MS Office Mobile document editor
Opera 9.5 web browser
Standard miniUSB slot and Bluetooth v2.0 with A2DP
Teeter game
Great audio quality
YouTube client
Excellent video playback

Main disadvantages:
Fingerprint nightmare
Average sunlight legibility
Questionable build quality
No TV out port
No standard 3.5mm audio jack
No magnetic stylus

More about its specification:
Review adapted From:

Phone Review on Nokia 8800
Next phone gonna introduce, Nokia 8800! wow first time i saw nokia phone in Gold Colour..haha…Look cool! btw, this name got a special name called as Gold Arte: Born with a silver spoon! haha…same thing here! i like its phone design more than its specification! Gold phone sia…are you going to get one too? haha…

Lets see how the professional make a review on this nokia 8800 phone…

How many phones can you name that would have made sense centuries back? Here’s one: the Nokia 8800 Gold Arte. No, we’re not talking medieval calling and texting, we’re talking gold and leather. Okay, it may not be solid gold, but it’s the next best thing – the Arte is gold plated alright, but it sure looks – better yet, glitters – the part. Gold does not react with air and moisture so even after thousands of years gold artifacts do not loose their luster. Well, that’s one thing you get for your dime – everlasting shine…[Read More]

Key features:
18 carat gold-plated body
Genuine white leather padding
2″ 16M-color OLED display of QVGA resolution
3G support
3 megapixel autofocus camera
Full-house retail package with a Bluetooth headset and desk stand
Decent battery life
4GB internal memory

Main disadvantages:
Smallish display with poor sunlight legibility
Tri-band only
No memory expansion
Costs an arm and a leg
Below-par camera performance
No video calls
No Smart dialing
No office document viewer
No Java multi-tasking

More Specification about this phone:
Nokia 8800 review adapted From:
haha…after seeing the 2 phone, which phone you choose the most? haha, more nicer phone coming out soon but their specification not really tat good…This might be, due to many people goes for unique design than phone spec. To me, i wan unique design phone at the same time with powerful spec! haha…However, more and more touchscreen phone is coming out nowadays due to its High-N technology…

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  1. I am eager to get my hands on this phone (HTC Touch Diamond 2)

    I also appreciate the fact that it's supposed to come with a removable SD card – the main reason I want the new phone – besides the new TF3D and the excellent screen.

    But how in the world will I ever be able to live without a Dpad? It will take a bit of getting used to.

    Share your views with me at a place for the Touch Diamond2 owners.