Other than its LTE hardware, the ThunderBolt (aka Mecha) is similar to Sprint's EVO 4G: there's a 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, a 4.3-inch display (Super LCD), a familiar body style, and even an EVO-esque kickstand. Other features include 8GB of onboard flash storage, nearly 800MB of RAM, a microSDHC card slot for memory cards up to 32GB, an 8MP camera with LED flash and autofocus, a front-facing 1.3MP camera for video chat, and 802.11n Wi-Fi.
But the onboard LTE is most noteworthy here. If you live in an area where Verizon has deployed LTE, you'll see some pretty impressive wireless data speeds of up to 12Mbps (6-8Mbps typical). Over 100 cities are expected to have Verizon LTE by year's end.
The HTC ThunderBolt went on sale on March 17th for $249 with a two-year service contract. Check out retailers below for better pricing.
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