HTC Thunderbolt

HTC ThunderBolt Coming “Sooner Than Expected”

It appears that the February 24th release date for the HTC ThunderBolt from Verizon just wasn't soon enough. Verizon's just sent out a tweet telling the world that "many have waited for the iPhone" but that it doesn't matter since the ThunderBolt will be out, yes, "sooner than expected." Maybe they'll have em today at the Google event? Nah.

Shooting for the Center – Why the Galaxy S 4G will Win the Mid-Tier Android Wars of Early 2011

If you've been following this game along closely, you know what we're up against as far as Super Phones. Motorola Atrix 4G, LG Optimus 2X, HTC ThunderBolt - am I missing any? With massive speeds from dual-core Tegra 2 processors, gigantic cameras, and "most powerful" tags being thrown around, what ground is left for the Galaxy S 4G? Why, the middle ground of course. That special place for people that've had an Android phone before but don't quite want to shell out $300 to $600 for a superphone that they won't know what to do with anyway. That place where customers want it to go fast, they want it to work, and they want it to look basically sort of nice on the outside. This is Galaxy S 4G range.

Simultaneous Voice and Data Confirmed for HTC ThunderBolt

Just as we knew from Verizon's training procedures, the HTC ThunderBolt will be able to support both voice and data at the same time. In a leaked document from Verizon, we are given confirmation that the ThunderBolt will be one of the devices that features simultaneous data and voice.

Android Community Daily Wrap Up: January 25 2011

Feel free to go through the rest of the news of course, but the biggest bit in the Android Community today is our total revitalization! That's right, we're going through a facelift and organ reorganization, all of it outlined here: Android Community Total Revamp Coming Soon! After you're done there, have a peek at the Editor's Choice columns for the oddities, and the rest of the list for updates to Android devices galore!

Verizon Axes 150MB Data Plan, Adds “3G” as Distinction Point

It appears that Verizon is getting ramped up for the oncoming slaughter of data usage soon to be very much commonplace amongst its Android (and iOS) users, first with a complete deletion of it's 150MB/$15/mo data plan, then with a note that the $29.99 Unlimited Data plan having an extra note of "3G Smartphones" in addition to its Feature Phones Device Type. This is of course to note that their upcoming 4G LTC devices such as the HTC ThunderBolt will be costing something altogether different for such a freedom.

HTC ThunderBolt to Support Both Voice and Data in LTE Areas Simultaneously

Say what? If you're on T-Mobile or AT&T or Sprint, you've never heard of this before - non-simultaneous voice and data? That's wacky! Up until now this sort of thing was not available to Verizon customers, but it appears as though it's about to be, and on the HTC ThunderBolt on their 4G LTE network no less. Seems kinda like this should have always been a feature... right?

Android Community Daily Wrap Up: January 18 2011

What a busy day in Android news! As we approach Mobile Word Congress 2011, we are getting many leaks of upcoming devices that are set to be showcased at the worldwide event in Barcelona next month. Grab hold of the massively wild story surrounding Samsung's possible charging of fees for Android updates (refuted by they themselves late tonight.) Take a peek at the G-Slate, see where you can grab 300+ free games in the Android Marketplace, and help us stop a pirate! What a fabulously exciting list of updates awaits you here in the Android Community Daily Wrap Up!

ThunderBolt ROM Ported to EVO

So you say you're pretty pumped up about the new ThunderBolt just announced at CES 2011, the one that's freaking awesome, the one that had a new RUU leaked just today? Wait wait, take a peek at that first, right over here: 1.05.605.0 and PG05IMG. Next take a peek at our ThunderBolt Hands-On post over at SlashGear. Then get so excited that you freak out because the system inside's getting ported to the EVO as we speak.
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