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An analyst at BTIG Research is suggesting that Verizon’s top selling handset is the new HTC Thunderbolt, not the iPhone 4. Walter Piecyk and his team called roughly 150 different
Well, you had to know it would happen sooner or later. The HTC Thunderbolt, one of the most talked about, loved, and delayed phones we’ve seen to date, has been rooted.
You got yourself a brand new phone and now you need to accessorize it. Pick up a car dock or extra charger from the AndroidGuys store!
Verizon finally confirms the release date of the HTC Thunderbolt as March 17th.
After weeks of slipping launch dates, the 4G LTE era is set to begin on March 17th with Verizon’s release of the Thunderbolt.
Are 4G LTE and a large screen size crippling the life of the Thunderbolt? Will a firmware update fix things so we can get a launch date from Verizon? Let’s get this 4G war going!
Recent rumors and the latest weather reports have a massive storm set to hit the US on February 24th.
Nearly two weeks after we announce a February 24th launch date for the HTC handset, a BGR source confirms the details. It’s not often we say “told ya so”, but told ya so.
Does one Best Buy’s Facebook update speak for the entire chain of stores? Will we see the XOOM in three short weeks?
Well, it was only a matter of time. With just about one week to go before Verizon officially unveils their big 4G handset, the odds of a leaked picture were just about certain. The guys at Droid Life have happened upon one dozen images of HTC’s third 4G ‘first’ and it’s a beauty. It’s also pretty much everything we’d been expecting over the last five months.
I am not sure what to make of the following items. Last week, I received a package on Wednesday that looked and felt an awful lot like it would contain a review unit cell phone. The name on the box indicated it was from HTC’s PR firm, Waggener Edstrom. Excited that it might be a new HTC phone (EVO Shift 4G, Thunderbolt), I tore into the box. Instead of an Android smart phone awaiting me inside, I found pieces to what felt like a viral puzzle game.
After delivering the first 4G phone ever, the Sprint EVO 4G, HTC went on to provide T-Mobile’s first 4G device, the G2. What’s next for the handset maker? Well, why not drop the first Verizon 4G handset, too? Such is the case, or at least that’s what it appears to be. A mini-site/landing page has been spotted online showing an HTC phone obscured by a black cloth.