Yesterday was the big day for Windows Mobile 6.5 and for Microsoft’s updated operating system and we’ve seen tons of devices getting release or announced, running the new OS. This time, we’ve come cross a hands one experience with one of these smartphones, HTC Pure, also dubbed AT&T Pure.



The phone is basically an AT&T-branded HTC Touch Diamond2 with Windows Mobile 6.5 on board and the real appeal of the video below is getting to see WM 6.5 Professional’s features in action. HTC Pure comes in a glossy black finish and metallic accents, highlighting the 5 megapixel camera, plus there’s no trace of the front facing camera we knew.

Obviously, Pure is compatible with AT&T’s 3G network and it’s curvy like a foxy lady. Its specs list is pretty hot, with GPS, WiFi, microSD slot, tons of RAM, a 3.2 inch WVGA touchscreen display and a neat interface.  Hands on video right here:

AT&T HTC PURE from IntoMobile on Vimeo.

[via IntoMobile]

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