That's right, folks, there's a an HTC TOPA210 (aka the Topaz, aka Warhawk, aka Touch Diamond 2) lurking round the Federal Communications Commission. And lo and behold, it's sporting the 850MHz and 1900MHz bands used in the U.S. by AT&T.
Now, that doesn't mean that AT&T will ever release the Touch Diamond 2. They didn't (and still don't) carry the original Touch Diamond. But it does mean that if you manage to find one of these phones either through importing or some deal with the devil, you'll be rocking 3G speeds here.
Now, AT&T, about the Touch Pro 2 ...
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Having another worthy all touch phone creates a healthy competition WITHIN their company rather than having to fight with another. Makes sense.
While I'd like to see this phone hit AT&T shelves, what about the TP2? I liked the European model but it's tough to live without a physical keyboard.
ATT.....I'm ready to ditch you if you don't rollout the Touch Pro 2 soon!!
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