By Chuong Nguyen | April 23, 2008 8:49 AM
Sprint’s about to get some love from HTC with two new devices that will presumably have TouchFLO on them as the screens appear to be flush from the grainy spy shots. The question here is if you’re a spy at HTC headquarters, wouldn’t you invest more money in some nice spy cameras instead of the cheap 0.3 MP webcams?
Aside from that, Engadget Mobile posted pictures of the Diamond, the successor to the Sprint Mogul by HTC. The device will feature CDMA technology, WiFi, and will have a 3 MP autofocus camera. Hopefully the camera will be better to the slow responding autofocus lens on the TyTN II/Tilt. The device features a slideout QWERTY with a rectangular design. The other device codenamed the Raphael is just a tablet with no keyboard and may replace the Touch on Sprint right now.