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HTC Smartphone reviews : Touch Diamond 2
Mark Peters : July 3th 2009 - 12:30 CET
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HTCHTC Touch Diamond 2 Smartphone review : The HTC Touch Diamond 2 is the successor to the first Diamond version of HTC. And it suffices to say the name could not have been clearer for a new product! All eyes are focused on the feature upgrade, for both the software and hardware. When it comes to housing and design, the HTC Touch Diamond 2 is a real eye-catcher. Also kind of sophisticated, which ensures it stands out from the crowd. Nowadays, it certainly isn't easy for a mobile phone manufacturer to survive. Sales numbers are dropping, the risk of certain segments becoming full is high, and the market demands innovation at a very high speed. The HTC Touch Diamond 2 happily follows in the footsteps and the success of its predecessor.

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A sophisticated, beautifully designed model; this is how the HTC Touch Diamond 2 should be classified. The first thing we notice is the absence of the artificially-cut facets on the back of the phone. I must admit I found them rather kitschy to begin with; I prefer the neat style of the HTC Diamond 2. The material used on the back does diminish the solid and durable feel slightly. This becomes clear immediately when the back cover is removed. The light, plastic cover is quite the opposite of the material used for the rest of the phone. Additionally, the material used makes the phone rather smooth and slippery. Personally, I prefer a somewhat rougher feel to it, so that I don't feel I have to squeeze the phone in order to prevent it from slipping out of my hand. Something else that is quite bothersome is the smudge-prone surface of the Touch Diamond. 2. If you want to keep the handset as clean as you found it in the box, you will have to handle it with gloves on! Other than that, the HTC smartphone feels solid and beams with firmness.

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Mobile photography is still in its infancy in this time and age. It's not that the effective resolution doesn't make huge leaps forwards, those who have a tiny bit of experience and digital photography skills know that this does not equal quality. It would get you in a split being a manufacturer. The marketing wants faster and flashier specifications, and one of the features that is reasonably easy to apply is a higher amount of pixels. The R&D department in that case, is confronted with a rather impossible quest, to keep pixel quality as high as possible and at the same time lift mobile photography to a higher level. After all, there is clearly potential in that field.

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HTC Touch Diamond 2 Smartphone review rating
The Touch Diamond HTC Smartphone left behind a good impression. On the one hand, the device can lean on the success of its predecessor, on the other, it does bring on high expectations. One thing is clear; the designers of the Diamond version 2 have really listened to their users, since the new Smartphone has been improved on many items, and where possible even upgraded with improved features.
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