HTC Thunderbolts

the HTC Thunderbolt, is the fastest Internet phone ever, and it wins our Editors' Choice for the top touchscreen srnartphone . though inevitably it does have a few shortcomings—most notably with regard to battery life., so you'll need to bring a spare.
At 6.4 ounces, the Thunderbolt looks and feels huge, but it's classy looking. The phone's design is quite simple. It features a power button and a headphone jack at the top, a volume rocker on the right spine, and the standard Home, Menu, Back, and Search buttons or the face of the device. There's a small 1.3-megapixel camera next to the earpiece, and a larger 8-megapixel shooter on the back, along with a kickstand, so you can prop the phone up on a table or a desk.
To its credit, the phone makes good use of its size. When you're on the go, the ThunderBolt's 4.3-inch WVGA screen gives you ample room to maneuver your fincers while touch-typing and navigating Websites. Upload and download speeds were incredible; The ThunderBolt's biggest draw is its broadband speeds,  consistent download speeds of between 8 megabits per second and 12 mbps.

HTC has thrown in a few nifty new features as well. For instance, dragging down the notification bar at the top of the screen reveals a list of applications that you've previously opened, providing another avenue for managing your open apps.
The radios in 4G devices demand far more power than the ones in 3G phones do, simply because they pull and push so much more data from and to the network. Also, if you leave your device's 4G setting on, the phone will constantly look for a 4G network to connect to. The best way to alleviate the problem is to use 'iG only when you're in an area that supports it.
the ThunderBolt  a great piece of hardware, especially for users who routinely run various high-bandwidth applications such as video chat, online gaming, and high-definition video streaming. If you need a lightning-fast phone and don't mind paying a premium, the Thunderbolt is for you. Just make sure to buy a second battery.


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