One thing the GSM camp in America has always had over the CDMA camp was smartphones: there were simply more of them. This was largely due to one manufacturer, HTC, who’s Windows Mobile-base smartphones were rebadged concurrently by both T-Mobile and Cingular (now the new AT&T *insert jingle*).
But things change, CDMA friends. If you’re on Verizon or Sprint (poor thing) then you might see two of HTC’s popular phones making their way into your hands soon. The S720 is a CDMA version of the S710/Vox, and the P4000 is the Bizarro-world version of the Cingy 8525/TyTN. No release date yet on these smartphones, but if they’re not here by the end of Summer, we’ll point and laugh. We’re like that.
HTC Announces CDMA Versions of New Smartphones [PhoneScoop]