HTC Rezound, a smartphone manufactured by HTC and sold through Verizon. Along with Galaxy Nexus and Droid RAZR, it was expected to be a major competitor for Apple’s iPhone 4S. It was also the first phone to offer Beats Audio technology and came along with Beats by Dr. Dre’s iBeats earphones with black earpieces and
Verizon Wireless is preparing a pretty thorugh software update for the HTC Rezound. Unfortunately it’s not an update to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich just yet, but an update is an update. Verizon Wireless has posted the update document that usually signals the update is right around the corner. According to the PDF the update
When HTC started their HTC Dev site and put one of the best tech evangelists Bruce Jones on the team we knew they were getting serious about the developer community. Within the past several months we’ve seen HTC stick to the words of Peter Chou who vowed to be more open with developers, release devices
Camera: The camera on this device is impressive. It has rather impressive low-light capabilities. I had a chance to take some test shots last night and will take some more this evening. I also decided to take a very quick video for the 1080p video recording.
With the Motorola Droid Razr and Samsung Galaxy Nexus officially announced by Verizon Wireless, the next device we are waiting for is the HTC Rezound. The HTC Rezound, which was once known as the Vigor, is said to be taking the place of the HTC Thunderbolt. It features Android 2.3.4, and HTC Sense 3.5 on
For those of you considering the follow up to the HTC Thunderbolt, the HTC Rezound, on Verizon Wireless, there’s good news for you. HTC has manufactured a 2750mAH extended battery pack for the device. Although it’s an optional accessory. It’s going to be a great investment, especially if you live in a 4G area and