HTC Thunderbolt 4G will utilize Verizon's new 4G data network. But can the HTC Thunderbolt stand up to the likes of the iPhone 4?
The HTC Thunderbolt, a chunky smartphone powered by Verizon's new 4G network, doesn't have a price or a concrete release date, but it is already soaking up a good deal of the buzz at the CES show in Vegas.
And for good reason: the thing is packed with features, from a 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, pre-loaded Skype video chat, a 32GB MicroSD card for storage, HTC Sense interface, and a big old speaker on the back for playing video and music.
But can the HTC Thunderbolt stand up to its competitors, or the near identical Sprint EVO 4G?