Wednesday, 30 July 2008

HTC Touch Diamond: All loaded and geared up

A glance is enough to get carried away by the lustrous, sharp HTC Touch Diamond. We all couldn't help but gathered around to marvel at the extraordinary innovative features and breathtaking view of the new HTC creation which one of my colleagues recently flaunted.

Being a tech-savvy, I can assure that a Mobile with Windows Operating system was never so striking and phenomenally feature-loaded. Its design inspired by Gem, GPS, and a hard-to-believe built-in accelerometer was enough to bowl us over. But it has even more. The phone with a new 6.1 version of the Windows Mobile Professional OS supports a 3.15 MP camera with the advanced TouchFLO UI. The wide and sheer TFT of 2.8 inches supporting 65K colours with Touch sensitive navigation controls and a handwriting recognition tool add to its charisma. The keypad lets your finger glide as you control the device.

A stereo FM radio with RDS for music addict ears and an unbelievable sound quality through a Polyphonic music player supporting MP3, WAV, WMA format files, makes your feet tap. Want more? A 3.15 MP autofocus camera offering a resolution of 2048 x 1536 pixels gives your images a mesmerising clarity and effect. Also, a secondary VGA camera which lets you get into perfect video calls.

But the feature which I think is worth an applause is its extra large memory. With a 4 GB shared memory, you will never run out of free memory space. My colleague boasted of its 192MB DDR SDRAM and 256 MB ROM coupled with Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 MHz processor. The HTC TYTN had already made its mark against some real cut-throat competition in today's mobile market in terms of performance and appeal. The HTC Touch Diamond is undoubtedly an innovative and influential production. So much packed in a slender structure and a nearly weightless body! Indeed, it's a techno-geek's delight.

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