HTC Thunderbolt benchmarked, probably sports Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8655 at 1GHz
0. phoneArena 05 Jan 2011, 08:30 posted on
HTC Thunderbolt has scored the impressive 1926 points on Quadrant. Qualcomm MSM8655 and MDM9600 LTE modem were announced today to be the silicon of choice for Verizon's LTE devices.
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1. Kakarotto (Posts: 72; Member since: 07 Dec 2010)
Verizon Thunderbolt 4G is not your dream phone, and it’s not the one after that.
4. vzwbarnegat (unregistered)
Who said it was a dream phone? The phone got a front-facing camera and 4g. Sounds like everything I need.
5. Napoleon (Posts: 60; Member since: 09 Dec 2010)
Uhhhh HTC advertisment ads for the past few weeks were all stating the slogan that the Thunderbolt was not only going to be your dream phone but also the phone you wanted after your dream phone... And womp womp it most certainly is not mine on both fronts... This is the most disappointing hyped phone of 2011!!! SMH!!!
10. narley (Posts: 357; Member since: 14 May 2009)
so this phone, stock. has the highest bench mark of any device out there and you're now saying its not a nice phone?
lil bit slow are we...?
15. KParks23 (Posts: 446; Member since: 13 Oct 2010)
maybe the phone before MY DREAM PHONE!! looks like ima hold on to my POS a lil while longer my phone reboots like 5 times a day but there is no way im getting this and getting locked into VZW new exchange program when this phone will be obsolete 30 days after launch!!
This phone is a joke its a droid x but with lte and no HDMI and the DX has been out for like 6 months now and a 1900 score is not that impressive why they did not use the qualcomm 9660 chip is beyond me its been in R&D sence Q3 last year why not use it its ready to go just a lazy attempt from HTC they just want to be the first to LTE everyone that knows anything about TECH and PHONES is pissed about this check all the forums!!! google htc merge and incredible hd rumor and look for yourself
2. Napoleon (Posts: 60; Member since: 09 Dec 2010)
WHY in the world would they leave out HDMI?!? It's nice to hear that it isn't a slow phone but it's sad but the EVO remains to have better specs... SMH!!!! I have to Feb 4th to decide to leave Verizon or not for Sprint and it looks like I will... I refuse to pay some crazy amount of money for a subpar phone that literally could have been the best phone ever delivered by Verizon... Again SMH!!!!
12. TomTerrific (unregistered)
You're an idiot. That is all.
13. VZWGURU (unregistered)
19. Leep11 (unregistered)
so how is the evo better? b/c it has a hdmi port that 90% of consumers will never use? It's much faster in overall speed and data due to lte and the next gen snapdragon processor, has a better screen, and runs the newest version of sense UI. Yeah it really sounds like the evo is the better phone.
3. xtroid2k (Posts: 339; Member since: 11 Jan 2010)
I am sure there will be better devices. I'm interested in what the others truely have to offer. This is going to be one big show. I'm really interested in what motorola has to offer since the company split what Motorola mobility will bring in 2011
6. testman22 (Posts: 337; Member since: 03 Nov 2009)
Outside the jump to 4G (which isn't even in my area yet), this phone gives me no reason to move away from my droid x. I'll be waiting for dual core... and i'm sure the wait will not be that long
7. bucky (Posts: 1326; Member since: 30 Sep 2009)
i dont know what real benefits there are with dual core other than 1080P recording. The true benefits are never dispalyed on a 1.0 product. Im gonna hold on to my desire z for a bit.
8. Shafeer (Posts: 79; Member since: 30 Dec 2010)
Well it's a good phone. But one thing which also concerned me earlier - The hyping spoilt the phone, everyone expected much more from it!
9. jogutier (Posts: 324; Member since: 12 Feb 2010)
I think i'm done with HTC and Samsung phopnes. Moto here I come for 2011. :)
18. KParks23 (Posts: 446; Member since: 13 Oct 2010)
moto sucks blur sucks and there bootloader suck but hey thats my opinion.. i still wont rule them out but there going to have to have sumn amazing LG is looking really good
14. pdub73 (Posts: 32; Member since: 25 Nov 2008)
I have the HDMI port (droid X) and I have yet to use it....I mean really.... its a nice feature but NOT a deal breaker....I compared the speed of an EVO on 3g to my droid X and the owner of the EVO says when 4g is not available( which seems to be a lot of the time) the phone is slow...average at best...so you can complain about what the Thuderbolt lacks but think about what it has...Verizon's 4g LTE network, they take longer to make sure they do it better...I will enjoy my DX til Moto or Sammy drop a hotter phone...u EVO fanboys can enjoy ur lack of battery life...
16. tprince1225 (Posts: 4; Member since: 05 Jan 2011)
Well lets see i have An EVO and my 3g speeds are faster then verizons. so idk what you are talking about. If you want to pay for a thunderbolt then pay around $129 a month. go for it or u can get the same phone (with HDMI) for around $75 and get sprints and verizons network. Humm sounds like a no brainer to me lol
17. KParks23 (Posts: 446; Member since: 13 Oct 2010)
i agree not many ppl realize that sprint roams on verizons network and when u have sprint roaming is FREE!! LOL. and about 40 bucks cheaper a month! WE sprint users will enjoy the lack of battery we will also enjoy the $480 we save a year and maybe buy a extended battery with it!! :p
21. Derp (unregistered)
I use Verizon cause rich $$$$. Nuff said 8).
20. shaddix (unregistered)
Retards. You can't roam unlimited on vzw network if you have sprint.