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The HTC Thunderbolt is and Long Term Evolution (LTE) 4G phone. Is currently on Verizon in the US but hopefully in Australia at the end of the year when Telstra rolls out its LTE 4G network. It is on Android 2.2 (Honeycomb) with HTC Sense it could be upgraded to 2.3 (Gingerbread) if you root it. It has a 4.3″ WVGA touch screen. It also has an 8MP rear facing camera with 2 LED flash on the front it has a 1.3MP camera. 8GB of space upgradable to 32GB with micro SD and 768MB of RAM. It had Bluetooth 2.1 with EDR, digital compass, G-Sensor and a Proximity Sensor. It has surround sound (not like the HTC Surround with WP7). It has a 1GHz Qualcomm chip (In the US it is Netflix Approved). On 4G you can have a Wi-Fi hotspot with up to 5 things connected.

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One Response to “HTC Thunderbolt”

  1. Toshia says:

    I am using HTC Thunderbolt 4G since last month but totally disappointed because battery life is inadequate moreover I could not be able to sync all my office documents so finally I decided to sale this device and go back to my wm5 and it will be better to upgrade my wm5 to wm6.5.

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