HTC’s Touch Pro2 is the first, to my knowledge, Windows Mobile smartphone that will be carried by all four of the largest mobile carriers in the U.S. T-Mobile started the ball rolling in August. And, now Sprint announced that their model will be available starting on September 8…
Surprisingly, (or not depending on your point of view) Sprint’s subsidized price is the same as T-Mobile’s: $349.99. And, once again, I think this price point is way too high for a subsidized phone. It should be $199.99 at the most. Ideally, it should be around $149.99.
There are a few differences between the T-Mobile and Sprint’s models aside from the GSM vs. CDMA voice network. Sprint’s model supports GSM in addition to Sprint’s native CDMA voice network, by the way.
– Sprint’s 3G network is, they claim, 20 times larger than T-Mobile’s. This alone should provide Sprint Touch Pro2 owners with a better experience
– Sprint TV service
– World Mobile Business Card Scanner included
– Standard 3.5mm audio jack (no jack on the T-Mobile model)