HTC Thunderbolt 4G Full Review Videos

If you are still sting on the mobile fence pondering whether the new HTC Thunderbolt 4G smartphone on the Verizon 4G LTE network is worth picking up, you may like to check out this two-part video review we have for your viewing pleasure below.

The tow-part video review of the HTC Thunderbolt comes our way courtesy of Aaron Baker over at Phone Dog and delivers in total twenty-four and a half minutes of getting to know the Android 2.2 Froyo device.

Aaron asks the question should you pick up the HTC Thunderbolt or hang in there for something like the LG Revolution or perhaps the Samsung Droid Charge, is the HTC Thunderbolt worth the $149.99 on a 2-year agreement with Verizon or $599.99 off contract?

Well to find that out you are going to need to set aside a little of your busy time and check out Aaron’s full review of the HTC Thunderbolt 4G for yourself…enjoy.

Quick spec reminder for the HTC Thunderbolt…4.3-inch capacitive touch screen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, Android 2.2 Froyo, HTC Sense 2.0, 8 megapixel rear auto-focus camera with dual LED flash, 1.3 megapixel front facing camera, GPS, WiFi, Bluetooth, 8GB storage and microSD expansion up to 32GB, and built-in kickstand.


2 thoughts on “HTC Thunderbolt 4G Full Review Videos”

  1. eestubbs says:

    I thought it was a very good review video that you presented and you left nothing out. I just purchased the Thunderbolt about a week ago and I am lovin' it. And yes, the battery life really does s__ k, but I wouldn't give up my Thunderbolt for any reason. I just purchased the extended battery from Verizon and I will see what that does for me. It is a little bulky just looking at it, but I haven't installed it yet. Going to wait till I can put my phone on the charger and not use it until the battery has a full charged.(my last phone was a BlackBerry Storm)

  2. That the iPhone 4 has been out for some time now, and had been before it was even released on Verizon. Its sales are now slowing due to the fact that the iPhone 5 is not too far away, and consumers will probably want to stick it out until then. I personally know a few people that are of that mindset. iPhone sales have always took a steady decline once the initial hype wears down, and more so when the new iteration is just around the corner.

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