HTC Touch Diamond Review

At the top is the internal speaker and a power button. Simply press the power button to turn off the display temporarily. To switch the Diamond off completely, press and hold for about 5 seconds.

 HTC Touch Diamond Review

On the left are the volume control buttons, which can be used to toggle volume during a call conversation or when listening to your favourite MP3 songs.

 HTC Touch Diamond Review

There is no button on the right, but a stylus is neatly slotted at the base. The stylus is magnetic and sticks to the device when held close, an extra feature which helps to prevent the user from losing the stylus.

 HTC Touch Diamond Review

At the base holds a strap holder, built-in microphone and a mini-USB Sync Connector, which double-up as a headphone connector as well.  HTC Touch Diamond Review

You can tell from the black glossy finish and design from this rear view why it is called the Touch Diamond. A 3.2-megapixel camera with auto focus is placed here while a smaller secondary VGA camera in front.

 HTC Touch Diamond Review

To remove the�back cover, just push it�upward. The Touch Diamond is powered by a rechargeable 900mAh Lithium-ion battery and boasts a talk time of up to 270 min (WCDMA) and up to 330 min (GSM).

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