The All New HTC ThunderBolt With LTE
The launching of HTC’s new smartphone, ThunderBolt, had some solid sales on release day, but it hasn’t grabbed everyone’s attention just yet. Many are concerned about Verizons’ LTE(Long Term Evolution) effects on the battery life of the mobile device it runs on. The phone boasts a 6.3 hour usage time and a 330 hour standby time, but Verizon’s spokeswoman Brenda Raney didn’t respond to rumors about LTE affecting battery life.
According to Computerworld’s Matt Hamblen, “An ESPN video of President Obama filing out his NCAA tournament bracket streamed beautifully, but it took three or four seconds at the launch of the clip to eliminate video tiling that completely obscured the image.”
It is competitively priced in its category at $249 with a 2yr contract, but my question to you is: Does it beat a G2?
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Here are some specs from GadgetReview:
• Operating System: Android 2.2(Froyo)
• Display: 4.3″ and 800×480
• Network: Verizon’s 4G LTE network
• Built-in Camera: 8MP
• Other Features: FM radio(requires a headset to use the antenna)