HTC Touch Pro at&t (Fuze)

verks

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Just thought I'd start a thread to start the discussion about the new at&t Fuze.

I will be getting mine the day it arrives at at&t. Hopefully on 11/11.
 

CYaris

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New Touch my way?

I have been a palm user since the Vx, and have had every treo imaginable. The touch pro, once available on Verizon, may be my first windows mobile phone. I don't know why, but it has struck me as the perfect phone. We'll see about it when it arrives.

Has anyone seen/used it? Any thoughts out there?

Thanks.

Craig
 

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Sprint Touch Pro vs. AT&T Fuze

I am a current Treo user on Sprint user and am thinking about upgrading to the Sprint Touch Pro. But my wife really wants an iPhone (don't ask, but I guess she's bought into the hype) and if I get her that, I will switch to AT&T. Of course, if we switch, I will get a Fuze.

I am just wondering how the Sprint and AT&T versions compare.What do I gain and give up between the Sprint Touch Pro and the AT&T Fuze?
 

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What do I gain and give up between the Sprint Touch Pro and the AT&T Fuze?
One potentially big difference (depending on the individual) is that the Fuze does not have a dedicated extra row of numbers. It is the traditional style where you have to hit function to use the numbers. Watch the video linked above and you will get a good feel for the Fuse.
 

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What about the service on their respective networks?

One potentially big difference (depending on the individual) is that the Fuze does not have a dedicated extra row of numbers. It is the traditional style where you have to hit function to use the numbers. Watch the video linked above and you will get a good feel for the Fuse.

Thanks, HobbesIsReal!

I guess a big part of my question is how does the AT&T network compare with the Sprint network. Having only used Sprint for the last I don't know how many years -- since Sprint always has the Treos before everyone else, I have been with them since the 600 and before that, a Kyocera 7135 on Verizon Wireless -- I no nothing about the AT&T network, especially in regards to high-speed data. Is there someplace you can point me for more information?

And sort of along that line, I know that the Sprint Touch Pro supports EV-DO, Rev. A. Does the AT&T Fuze support something similar?
 

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It should support HSDPA, the GSM equivalent. However if you're really thinking of moving to AT&T, be prepared to get bent over on data prices as compared to Sprint.
 

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