Have you checked out our first-look video of HTC's Touch Diamond smartphone? Did you ignore it because it's not available through a US Carrier just yet? Well, you might want to take another look as PhoneArena's reporting that both Sprint and Verizon Wireless will be launching branded CDMA versions of the device within the next few months. And, even better, both carriers should also be picking up the HTC Touch Pro - Touch Diamond's QWERTY-packing sibling - as well.
According to PhoneArena, Sprint's Touch Diamond will be called the HTC Victor and run on a 528MHz Qualcomm processor, while Verizon will carry the HTC Diamond, to be built around a 400MHz chip. The Sprint version reportedly will also feature twice the RAM (256 vs 128 MB) as the VZW variant, and also will pack an accelerometer, Rev. A EV-DO data, and an alumnium body. Word is that Sprint will launch the Victor as soon as September 2nd of this year.
We also should be seeing CDMA versions of the Touch Pro coming to both Sprint and VZW, with Sprint's "HTC Herman" (really?) coming about a month after Victor. More details on these QWERTY-ful beauties are available over on PhoneArena.