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Monday, 02 March 2009 10:35

HTC's Touch Diamond 2 gets priced

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Available in April

HTC's recently announced Touch Diamond 2 has been put up on pre-order by Expansys and although it's still a month and a half away, it's actually cheaper than the old Touch Diamond was when it launched.

At £399.99 (€452/$567) it's hardly cheap, but it's still some £75 (€85/$106) cheaper than the old Touch Diamond when it launched. It won't be available until April 17th though, so there's still a while to wait and the price might still change before then.

Remember that this is without a contract and including 15 percent VAT, so it might be cheaper in other parts of the world, or on a contract.

You can place your pre-order here

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