HTC ThunderBolt 'device showcase' app graces the Android Market
0. phoneArena 10 Mar 2011, 00:56 posted on
Verizon has posted a 'device showcase' app for the HTC ThunderBolt, which is used to demonstrate the device in Verizon stores; this doesn't mean the ThunderBolt is coming tomorrow, but it's a step in the right direction...
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1. jodeci888 (Posts: 39; Member since: 14 May 2009)
I can't wait to FINALLY get zapped !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
2. icepikk (Posts: 32; Member since: 13 Feb 2011)
The longer this takes to come out the more outdated it becomes with dual-core phones coming. I know quite a few people who have been excited to get it and have been asking me when it is coming out and as the time goes by and the delays come they are less and less into it. If it doesnt come out in the next week or two, I think the supporters may be buyers of other products.
5. kocho (unregistered)
"If it doesnt come out in the next week or two, I think the supporters may be buyers of other products."
6. ProuRain (unregistered)
9. Gary (unregistered)
I gave up on Tuesday after I saw the "first half of 2011" comment from Verizon's CTO. I bought a used Incredible instead and will keep that until Verizon gets LTE working right and gets it working in places where I don't already have wifi.
7. iHateCrapple (Posts: 734; Member since: 12 Feb 2010)
Why make an app? Wouldnt a website be easier? And better?
8. beatlesfan (Posts: 150; Member since: 03 Mar 2011)
This is the same concept as the app they made for the Galaxy Tab and it is actually pretty cool. A website wouldn't be easier because this app is for, as mentioned in the article, store demos. What it does is automatically runs on boot of phone as well as starting up randomly if it is closed out. It is designed to show customers the key benefits of the device. If it were just a website either store personnel or someone would have to log onto that website every time a customer demoed the phone.