The Sprint Users forum has some live images with the Rhodium / Touch Pro 2, showing it to be quite similar to T-Mobile’s version – of course, the main difference between the two is that Sprint’s has EVDO Rev. A connectivity, while T-Mobile’s is a GSM/HSDPA handset.
Feature-wise, the Touch Pro 2 will bring stuff like a WVGA touchscreen display, a full QWERTY keyboard, 3.2MP autofocus camera, Wi-Fi, GPS and Straight Talk technology. The device is obviously one of the coolest Sprint ever had – however, those who are not into Windows Mobile will most probably choose the Palm Pre over HTC’s smartphone.
No word yet on the price of Sprint’s HTC Touch Pro 2, but you should know that the carrier is currently selling the original Touch Pro for $299 on contract.
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