There was a time when the HTC Touch Diamond2 was considered a sexy, hot phone. By the time it hit AT&T as the Pure, some of the luster had gone and now, with the Androidmania that is sweeping the industry, the model appears to be sitting in the store collecting dust. According to a document that is being sent out to AT&T stores, the Device Management group is requesting a partial return of the Pure to the tune of at least 7,000 units. As the document says, there are no quality issues with the phones, they are just being restocked in inventory. The returns must be made prior to March 5th and locations are being told to verify how many handsets they have on hand and how many need to be returned. One BGR tipster says that this is related to the poor sales of the unit and another tipster says that AT&T would rather use the space in the stores to showcase an item that IS selling. He goes on to add that the stores have been instructed to keep 1 or 2 units and return the rest. We can safely assume that the carrier's motives are, ahem, Pure in this matter.