yup but IMO its released a little late because it has some drawbacks too,like Resistive touch screen rather than capacitive,also the OS which is symbian hasn't change alot compared to other non-touch screen symbians like N96... but overall its a good device
I like resistive over capacitive, and it doesn't matter method so much as implementation. All you have to do is try to do something precise on the iP(h)od(ne) / Storm to see the limits of capacitive screens.
I love the screen on my Kyocera Palm, but don't like the one on the Treo Pro and a few others (don't hate it, just don't like it).
Main thing will be the final device, many look good on paper and with static screenshots, but few live up to expectations.
My friend said it's proven responsive so far. There are still slowdowns, but much much better than the N96 at least, according to him. Oh, and he should know, since he won the phone at the launch! Lucky B******!