Image Gallery: Sprint Touch Pro and AT&T Fuze Windows Mobile devices
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Sprint Touch Pro and AT&T Fuze
HTC has been pushing the limits with Windows Mobile devices and improves the HTC Touch Diamond for the enterprise by adding a QWERTY keyboard and larger battery. The device is known as the HTC Raphael or Touch Pro and the two models I had a chance to play with from Sprint and AT&T are slightly different (primarily in the keyboard design). The Touch Pro and Fuze are high end Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional devices with 3G radios, WiFi, Bluetooth, and GPS.
HTC Fuze Getting Started sheet
AT&T gives you a sheet that gives you tips on using TouchFLO 3D.
Manual for the HTC Fuze
There is a manual for the HTC Fuze included in the box.
Included audio cable
You need this cable to use standard headsets.
End of audio adapter
You can still charge up and sync your Fuze with the included adapter.
Audio options on the cable
You can plug in a 3.5mm, 2.5mm, or ExtUSB HTC cable for audio.
Sprint Touch Pro, HTC Fuze, and Touch Diamond
Front view of the three devices.
The Sprint Touch Pro is taller than the Fuze
The Touch Pro is slightly taller than the HTC Fuze, but the width and thickness are the same.
Touch Diamond, HTC Fuze, and Sprint Touch Pro
See how these HTC device stack up.
Right bottom view of Touch devices
Here is another view of the Touch Diamond, HTC Fuze and Sprint Touch Pro.
Back of the Touch Pro, Fuze, and Diamond
The backs of the two Touch Pro variants are quite a bit different. The HTC Fuze is similar to the Touch Diamond.
Sprint Touch Pro and HTC Fuze
A view of the backs from an angle.
HTC Fuze and Sprint Touch Pro keyboards
The HTC Fuze keyboard is shown on top of the Sprint Touch Pro.
Left side of the HTC Fuze keyboard
Here you can see the keys on the left side.
Right side of the HTC Fuze keyboard
This shows the keys on the right side of the keyboard.
Decent sized keys
The keys are fairly well designed with good feedback and size.
Left side of the HTC Fuze
The HTC Fuze has a PTT button below the volume controls.
Bottom of the HTC Fuze
The ExtUSB port is found on the bottom.
Back of HTC Fuze and camera
There is a flash light located below the camera lens.
microSD slot and SIM card slot
I placed my 16GB microSD card in the slot that is found under the battery cover.
Back of the Fuze without the cover
There is a large capacity 1340 mAh battery, SIM card slot, and microSD card slot under the back cover.
Main HTC Fuze Programs page
You can see here that AT&T created some of their own folders to include bloatware on the phone.
AT&T Mall folder
There is lots of junk on the device, as partially shown in this AT&T Music folder.
AT&T Music folder
More bloatware on the HTC Fuze.
Games & apps folder
I know there are some services people may like, but all these trial games are unnecessary.
AT&T Messaging folder
AT&T includes an IM utility that uses text messages instead of data.
You can find many of the standard utilities from Windows Mobile in this tools folder.
AT&T dedicated tab
AT&T made a tab on the TouchFLO 3D Today screen just for all their services. Each service requires a subscription too.
AT&T Today screen background
The light gray background does not show off the display very well. You can change the background for just this single tab, but all others remain gray.
Sprint Touch Pro retail box
Retail packaging of the Sprint Touch Pro
Sprint Touch Pro and iPhone
You can see here how much thickness is added for a keyboard and better camera.
Bottom of the Sprint Touch Pro
You can see the shiny silver band around the Touch Pro and the ExtUSB port on the bottom.
Volume controls on the left side
The volume buttons are quite flush on the left side.
Top of the Sprint Touch Pro
The flush power button is found on the top.
The stylus is magnetic and is securely held in the device.
Sprint Touch Pro keyboard
Look at those 5 rows of keys on a phone!
Left side of the Touch Pro
You can see the keys on the left side of the keyboard here.
Right side of the Touch Pro
This photo shows the right side of the keyboard.
Closer view of the keyboard
It is nice to see the Ctrl button on the keyboard.
Center of the Sprint Touch Pro keyboard
The keys have nice feedback and spacing.
Sprint has plenty of guides in the retail box.
Touch Diamond and Sprint Treo Pro
The devices are similar in appearance and functionality.