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HTC Thunderbolt Review

December 29th, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

HTC has been on the mobile device market for quiet sometime now. But is making strong headways into the hand held segment with it’s really eye catching and cutting edge technology studded products. And this time it’s going to draw first blood with its upcoming model, the HTC Thunderbolt. The HTC Thunderbolt will take advantage of the 4G network and raise the bar for its competition in the arena.

So what is expected in this yet to be unveiled smart phone? Yes, it is very much anticipated this candy bar mobile will pack a lot of punch in its sleek design. Under this sleek design it is expected to be powered by a 1GHz processor and infused with Android OS 2.2 (Froyo) to drive its exclusive functionality. Also continuing with the trend to have a multiple functions in a handheld, it will also possess dual cameras for video calling with the main camera having an image capturing resolution of 8 megapixel and video calling maxing out its resolution at 1280 x 720 pixels. And all this enjoyable on a 4.3 inch capacitive touch screen that’ll be able offer a crisp resolution of 800 x 480 pixels with additional features of multi-touch functionality, proximity and light sensing as well.

The HTC Thunderbolt will also be a shining star on multimedia front with a capability to playback music in almost all the formats and also tune into your favorite radio station via built-in radio tuner. And all this can be enjoyed through your favorite headphones which can be connected to it via a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Social networking will not be lagging behind either and you can always stay connected with your near and dear ones via the ubiquitous email, FaceBook and other stuff.

The device is expected to be on the scene with an in-built memory of 1.5 GB and can be expanded further via the microSD / microSDHC cards. The HTC Thunderbolt can be interconnected via multiple options. These include USB, 802.11 b/g/n and of course, BlueTooth (version 2.1). The inbuilt software array is expected to enlist the usual calendaring and PIM application for personal productivity. And this list can be expanded further by the virtue of the Android OS which itself is an open source initiative from Google.

With an early next year launch date, we can surely keep our fingers crossed to reveal its real avatar and features in full glory.

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