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HTC Pure for AT&T

The HTC Pure is available now from AT&T for $149.99 with a two-year contract and a $50 main-in rebate.
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Windows Mobile 6.5

The HTC Pure is a carrier-branded version of the HTC Touch Diamond2 and ships with Windows Mobile 6.5. One of the new features of WM 6.5 is the new honeycomb layout of the Start menu.
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Slim profile

The HTC Pure boasts a slim profile.
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Pocket-friendly

The Pure features a slightly different design than the Touch Diamond2. Though we prefer the look and feel of the Touch Diamond2, the Pure is still an attractive and compact handset.
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Touch screen

The HTC Pure boasts a 3.2-inch WVGA (400x800) resistive touch screen that sharply displays photos and text.
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Onscreen keyboard

The Pure offers an onscreen QWERTY keyboard, including a landscape keyboard. Despite looks, both the portrait and landscape keyboards are pretty easy to use. Still, heavy e-mailers should look at a model with a physical keyboard.
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Navigation controls

Below the display you get four navigation buttons and a touch-sensitive zoom bar.
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Camera upgrade

While the multimedia features of the HTC Pure hasn't changed much since the first HTC Touch Diamond, you do get an upgraded 5-megapixel camera.
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Expandable memory

The HTC Pure is equipped with a microSD expansion slot, which is located behind the battery cover.
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