Verizon branded HTC ThunderBolt strikes CES
0. phoneArena posted on 06 Jan 2011, 15:11
The long awaited and rumored HTC ThunderBolt is finally here! The Verizon branded 4.3 inch phone hits CES making full use of Big Red's 4G LTE network and runs on a 1GHz Snapdragon processor...
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1. Tre-Nitty posted on 06 Jan 2011, 15:14 0 0
The 1 ghz is a let down, kinda thought they'd go at least 1.2 but the phone will still fly regardless.
2. jwl34292 (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 15:33 0 0
honestly dual core is great but i have an htc incrediable and it flys now so do i really need the second core to suck battery life. don't think it worth it, give me a higher res screen.
3. T (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 15:58 0 0
We all knew it was coming, how about a release date?
4. twashington4 posted on 06 Jan 2011, 16:04 0 0
Basically, Verizon's Evo. Latest Snapdragon, but the Evo is no slouch either. Good for Verizon. Same 1500maH battery? :-) Will someone please do some battery technology research? When I want to make a call I need some juice!!
5. perwilly (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 16:19 0 0
Yes, release date and price, plz - for phone and data/4G network. We've seen the pics and rumored specs for weeks now, so how about the next step?
6. mobi (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 16:48 1 0
I already love and own htc products and i really wanted this phone to blow me away.Didn't htc's ad say it's not your dream phone, it's the one after, really...what a joke. Aside from the front camera, and LTE what makes the phones hardware specs so much more impressive than the HD2 which is almost a year old now? The winner for me would have been a dual core and a higher-res screen. sorry HTC.
7. Hmmmm (unregistered) posted on 06 Jan 2011, 18:10 0 0
Looks like the Evo trailblazed the standard for every phone to come out of CES '11. The Evo is now 7 months old and still a contender!
9. Napoleon posted on 06 Jan 2011, 18:47 0 0
So wish it came with HDMI.... DNLA seems expensive to get it set up and working in your home... I saw set up kits for $400.... Idk seems crazy to not also include the option of HDMI as well...
10. Napoleon posted on 07 Jan 2011, 00:17 0 1
I'm sooooooo PASSING on this phone...Now I have to decide on either waiting out for the BIONIC or just jumping ship all together and seeing what the 2nd generation of the EVO brings on the Sprint!!! All I know is that Verizon dropped the ball on this one seriously and the $70 unlimited data, text, and talk plan on Sprint is looking so much better each passing second!!!