Steve Jobs threw the gauntlet down, and HTC, well, they just kind of ignored it.
Jobs' interface philosophy with the iPhone is that multi-function devices ought not have dedicated buttons for part-time functions; hence, the touch-screen. The buttons you want to press materialize when, and only when, you want to press them (which should sound familiar to my ex-girlfriend.)
HTC's new PDA phone, the Wing S730 (spotted on iTechNews) has a completely opposite design philosophy: it has two keypads (one for phoning, one for typing) and even two cameras (one for snapping flicks, the other for videoconferencing).
Both phones are coming out around July. Which design credo will win?