Sprint Touch Pro vs AT&T Fuze

Slashgear has both a Sprint HTC Touch Pro and an AT&T HTC Fuze, and have been comparing them with each others. Surprisingly there are quite a large number of differences between the two devices.

Besides the obvious internal CDMA vs GSM differences, Slashgear noted the following differences:

AT&T HTC FuzeSprint HTC Touch Pro
No belt holsterbelt holster
No number rowNumber row
More symbol and shortcut keysLess shortcut keys, no start or Ok key
5.8 oz5.3 oz
6.6 hour talk time4 hour talk time
Faster TouchFlo3DLess responsive TouchFlo3D
Louder speaker phone, but worse sound qualityLess loud, but fuller and richer
Speaker at backSpeaker on top
Diamond backFlat back
Shorter2 mm longer
All blackShiny chrome accents
Square stylus topRounded stylus top
Less recessed action buttonMore recessed action button
Push to talk buttonNo Push to talk button

Whether these minor differences will make the decision to chose either device is unlikely, but it should be noted that there have been many reports of poorer video performance on the CDMA devices, and also poorer battery life, both which may be more significant.

Read the full article, which includes many pictures illustrating the differences here.

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