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HTC Amaze 4G First Impressions

Images of HTC Amaze 4G were leaked online before this smartphone was released. On 26th September 2011, this smartphone was officially announced by T-Mobile at Mobilize 2011. So what does HTC Amaze 4G look like and what does it offer? Here’s a sneak peek for our tech buffs:

HTC Amaze 4G Display

HTC Amaze 4G contains a 4.3inch qHD super LCD touchscreen of 960 x 540 pixel resolution. The screen brightness is expected to be comparable to other smartphones. HTC Amaze 4G looks similar to the Sensation 4G, in terms of its form factor. With curved edges and a recessed front, this device looks sleek and should fit into the palm of the hand easily. The left side of the device houses the microUSB port while the right side contains the volume rocker and the camera keys. The rear of the HTC Amaze 4G has a soft touch at the top and bottom, with a shiny metal portion in between. This smartphone has a solid build and feels sturdy enough. It is available in two colors, black and white.

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HTC Thunderbolt Review

Released in 2011 after much speculation, HTC Thunderbolt seems to be a device that packs in a lot of power in a stylish handset. Offered by Verizon (its first 4G LTE network device), it gives stiff competition to some high-end smartphones. Here’s taking a closer look.

HTC Thunderbolt Release

After a lot of anticipation, HTC Thunderbolt was released on 17th March, 2011.

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Unlock HTC Fuze

HTC Fuze on AT&T was released in 2008, with a host of features for users. Specifically, the business user can use this device to keep in touch and conduct transactions. A closer look reveals the following.

Design and Quality

It is commonly believed that HTC Fuze is the AT&T version of HTC Touch Pro, with many similar features between the two of them. Both devices do have a similar design, with the HTC Fuze having a pure black look that makes it look sophisticated. The rear of this device has a textured diamond look. The display on HTC Fuze is dominated by a 2.8″ TFT-LCD touch-sensitive screen. Image and text look bright and clear on this device. Below the screen there are the Talk and End keys and Home and Back button, with a directional pad at the centre. The accelerometer helps in effortlessly changing the orientation of HTC Fuze from portrait to landscape mode or vice versa. While the power button is located at the top of HTC Fuze, the bottom contains the USB port/charging port and the left side houses the volume rocker and push-to-talk key.

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HTC Touch Viva Review

HTC Touch Viva looks modest and is available at a reasonable price, for those users who are looking for a budget-friendly device. But does it offer satisfaction to users? Here’s taking a closer look:

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HTC Rhyme Review

HTC Rhyme is a smartphone that has recently been released by HTC. On their website, the Taiwanese giant boasts that HTC Rhyme is the device that ‘fits perfectly with your life.’ Is this really true? Here’s taking a closer look:

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HTC Explorer Review

For those who are keen to use a smartphone but would not like to spend too much on it, the HTC Explorer may be a good option to explore. As a good starting point into the world of smartphones, it is equipped with the Android OS and offers some handy features to users. Here’s taking a closer look:

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HTC HD 7 Review

HTC HD 7, released in 2010, packs in some splendid features in a smart and stylish device. This smartphone takes up from HTC Desire HD and Sprint Evo 4G. Not only is the screen roomy, the operating system is also geared to make customers take note. Here’s the HTC HD 7 unlocked.

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HTC Cha Cha Review

HTC Cha Cha has been advertised as the Facebook phone. But does it really provide a good option for social networkers and does it function well on other counts too? Here’s taking a closer look:

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HTC Flyer Review

HTC has been steadily building a reputation for itself, with quality devices stocked with exciting features. With HTC Flyer, the giant has now entered a new market, i.e. the market for selling tablets.

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HTC Pure Review

HTC Pure on AT&T was released in 2009 and offered on a two-year contract. This device, one of the first to run Windows Mobile 6.5, came with some handy features. But did it impress users adequately? Here’s taking a closer look:

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