Image Gallery: HTC Touch Diamond screenshots

Image Gallery: HTC Touch Diamond screenshots

Summary: I took 45 screenshots of the HTC Touch Diamond that include most all of the features that are new on this Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional device. You can see the TouchFLO 3D, new applications, and settings in these screenshots. Check out my videos to see more of the device in action too.

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  • The camera application main display seen on HTC devices has been greatly simplified and made much more functional and useful, IMHO.

  • Here are some basic camera options available when you tap the right menu icon. The video options are very similar to the still options.

  • There are 5 screens of advanced camera options (4 for video). Here you can set the review duration, quality, capture format (not changeable from what I can find), and time stamp toggle.

Topics: Mobility, Hardware, HTC, Operating Systems, Smartphones, Software, Windows

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  • Diamond Touch

    It all looks good apart from the puny battery and the lack of a microSD slot. I would forgive the lack of slot if the internal memory were greater. The iPhone offers up to 16GB internal memory. If HTC really want to compete then a 16GB Diamond Touch should be on its way.....with a 3.5mm audio socket!? If I read correctly and HTC are manufacturing the 'iminent' SE Xperia (which will have a 3.5mm socket) then hopefully they will figure out how to build this into their own Pocket PCs. Again, if they are aiming at consumers and the competition offers 3.5mm sockets........ I am not interested in getting an iPhone, but the I think Apple have done everyone a favour by kicking the market up the bahooky (Scots English word for butt).
    Midgeslayer