$79.99 and your signature will buy you the HTC Rezound for a limited time from Verizon

$79.99 and your signature will buy you the HTC Rezound for a limited time from Verizon
When the HTC Rezound first launched, the phone was positioned as a handset for the music fan. As the first Stateside phone with Beats Audio integration, music is obviously central to the functionality of the phone which was confirmed by the television commercial for the model. You might remember the spot, which showed a young man listening to a hip hop tune song through the Beats Audio earphones while he is oblivious to the destruction of the city around him. To refresh your memory, you can view the ad again by clicking on the video below.

Originally, the HTC Rezound was priced at the top end of Verizon's typical smartphone range, $299.99 with a signed 2-year contract. Launched last November, by April the handset ad been overshadowed by Android 4.0 on the Samsung GALAXY Nexus and was priced as low as $49 for a limited time. You can't get the phone for that price now, but you can get it for $79.99 with a signed 2-year contract from Big Red, down from the everyday price of $199.99. This is a limited deal, so if the HTC Rezound is on your list to give to your graduate as a gift, or is a model you've had an eye on, now might be the time to pick it up.

The HTC Rezound features a 4.3 inch HD 720p Super LCD screen with an extremely high pixel density of 342ppi. Under the hood is a dual-core 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8660 CPU with the Adreno 220 GPU. 1GB of RAM is on board and the 16GB of internal storage can be tripled with the 32GB capacity microSD slot. The 8MP rear facing camera has AF and dual LED flash. It captures video in 1080p at 30fps or in 720p at 60fps. The 2MP front facing shooter takes self-portraits and captures video. The phone will be updated to Android 4.0 by July according to the latest HTC time-line and of course, includes the Beats Audio technology. Not a bad package for $79.99.

source: Verizon via DroidLife

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