"We like the Diamond here at Pocket-lint and this takes all the things that we had concern with (screen size, expandable memory and megapixel count) and fixed them.
The massively enlarged screen now means there is space for your fingers on the screen to navigate around Windows Mobile.
The catch? Well it's large and Orange will probably make the interface unusable after they've played with it. If that's not enough, it's Microsoft Windows Mobile, which you either love or hate.
We can't help feeling though that had Google's OS Android launched on this device complete with on-screen keyboard (yes it really is missing from the G1), T-Mobile would have been struggling to keep them on the shelves. HTC - an Android Touch HD if you please.
It you want a Windows Mobile powered iPhone, this is the closest thing yet."