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SOFTWARE DOESN’T LOOK TO BAD BUT THE HARDWARE LOOKS LIKE %^%&!
HTC NEEDS TO WORK ON THERE HARDWARE DESIGN IVE NEVER SEEN A GOOD LOOKING DEVICE FRM THEM YET !!
Will the new Microsoft phones, such as the HTC Diamond 2 be using NVIDIA’s Tegra–as seen in the Android??
I plan on purchasing this phone come December when it finally becomes available here in the U.S. I am also happy to have read today that they are soon releasing a firmware update to fix the sluggishness that had been reported in reviews.
I do have one major concern. I am switichin gover from Windows Mobile. I am a big Microsoft supporter but I just couldn’t deal with Windows Mobile anymore. I did like however how I could sync my contacts and Live Mail account with my phone effortlessly. Is there any app available or in the works to support Microsft Live Mail and contact sync? I do not really use my Gmail account. And I have read about the forwarding option.. But I’d really just like to be able to put my preferred E-mail account on this lovely phone. Come hang out at http://www.HTC-Hero.com and thanks for reading.