Described by Sprint as "the sophisticated approach to business," the Touch Pro mostly delivers on that claim. The overall look of the device and HTC 3D TouchFlo interface is definitely sophisticated, and there's plenty of features to keep the mobile professional happy.
The handset has a solid construction and features a soft-touch finish on back for extra texture. However, instead of a burgundy cover like the Touch Diamond, the Touch Pro has a silver back, which is somewhat plain but a safer color.
At 4 inches tall by 2 inches wide by 0.7 inch deep and 5.3 ounces, the Touch Pro is thick and heavy, making for a pretty tight fit in a pants pocket, but it's a more compact device compared with the HTC Mogul.
The HTC Touch Pro comes equipped with a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, which you can access by pushing the screen to the right. The keyboard buttons are large, and we like that there's a dedicated number row.
We found the keys a bit stiff to press and there's a slight lag between the time we hit a button to the time it registered onscreen. Still, we were able to write e-mails and text messages with minimal mistakes.