Today in NYC, HTC has finally announced their newest smartphone, the HTC Rezound. The HTC Rezound, previously known as the Vigor, will be coming to Verizon Wireless pimping 4G LTE November 14th. The Rezound is a likely successor to the Thunderbolt, HTC’s first 4G LTE device for Verizon, and is a pretty solid hardware upgrade if you’re coming from one. This will be the very first device coming with Beats Audio, and boy have we been excited about this since HTC announced their partnership with Beats by Dre. The device also has the latest version of HTC’s popular Sense skin over Android 2.3. To answer the question many are asking the HTC Rezound will receive “an upgrade to Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) available in early 2012). The device is also packing a 1.5 gHz Qualcomm dual-core processor, 1 GB of RAM, and has a 4.3 inch 720p HD screen. An 8MP camera will come on the back of the device, shooting with a dual LED flash and a new camera app offering some shiny new effects. Along with all the standard goodies, the Rezound will also come with “a lightweight pair of Beats by Dre headphones” to complete the listening experience. Again, the device will ship for $299 on November 14th with Verizon Wireless as the carrier.
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