Summary: Slap the Touch Diamond down on a table and your mates will fight over its sleek build and expansive TouchFLO interface. Give them ten minutes to struggle with Windows underneath, however, and we don’t suspect you’ll have any trouble getting it back.
Conclusion: If you're a Windows Mobile or more so, an HTC TouchFLO 3D fan who doesn't want a hardware keyboard, the Touch Diamond2 is well worth a look, especially if a US 3G version hits the market. We're impressed and pleased with the high resolution 480 x 800 pixel touch screen, but at 3.2" it doesn't hit the sweet spot as does the Touch Pro2 and the even larger Touch HD. Text is small in the web browser and finger control isn't as smooth since the targets are smaller.
Pros: Responsive 800 x 480 touch screen, TouchFLO 3D.
Cons: No US 3G, display a bit small relative to resolution.