It is exciting to think about other mobile-phone companies giving better software a real try, especially those that attempt to improve Windows Mobile. But HTC’s Touch Diamond doesn’t hide the outdated operating system well enough or often enough for a user to want to buy a whole new mobile device.
That conclusion doesn’t sound too promising for Sprint, unfortunately. I still say there is no harm in giving it a try as Windows Mobile ain’t all that bad as it is painted out to be.
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