wild tests and real-world use tests, even playing some games on it, and here we've got the first big verdict.
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Zapados appears to have taken some sneaky shots of promo materials delivered to his local Verizon store. Included is a poster that notes the Incredible 2's ability to take front-facing video, the fact that it's got a 1GHz processor, and that it's Global Ready for use in "more than 200 countries." Sounds like quite the fashionable phone, yes? And it's got that nice crystal droid eye too!
total dual-core brawl, but what about HTC's current bigtime winner, the HTC ThunderBolt? Will it simply be left in the dust, crushed, hopeless, crying in the dirt when it comes to battling its brother the HTC Sensation? Perhaps! Let's have a look at the specs on both devices and see what the numbers can tell us - and don't forget, some people choose a phone based on it's fancy good looks, which means the HTC ThunderBolt with its tank-like extended battery might have a fighting chance!
we reported last month was coming to the Sony-Ericcson Xperia Play exclusively for the first month or so. A new video of Backstab's game play has surfaced telling more about the back story. Backstab casts the gamer as character Henry Blake, a former British naval officer unjustly imprisoned for treason and has escaped to go on a mission of vengeance.
through T-Mobile stores, and online portals. The Desire will also be available through Vodafone, Orange and Three. Through T-Mobile, the Desire S will be available exclusively in silver and will be free with all two year plans starting at £35/month, with 900 minutes, 500 texts, 500MB "fair use" data, and a Flexible Booster. Vodafone as it a little cheaper plan wise, where the Desire S is free with On Pay monthly plans from £30.