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Photos: HTC ThunderBolt, the Ferrari of smartphones
by Jason Hiner | March 29, 2011, 8:34pm PDT | Image 39 of 42
HTC ThunderBolt, battery usage
HTC ThunderBolt, battery usage - Image 39 of 42
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This phone has issues
Here are two links about the Exchange calendar issue
This is from the Google forums:
-Then why does the phone in the picture above show a 3G icon on the top of the display?
What is this Fox news?
What good is "fast" if the rest of the device doesn't work?
What about the forward-looking camera?
It doesn't work! I'm told by SKYPE that they're waiting for the release of the next OS to activate this camera! It's nickname is "ice cream"! Well, the "ice cream" truck is apparently LOST somewhere, because when he does show up, he doesn't have the right ice cream for my phone!! He serves everybody else, but I have to walk away empty-handed! Now that OS 4 is supposed to be releasing this evening, I have this anxiety inside of me that says, "your HTC Thunderbolt, like always before, is going to be listed in the small list at the bottom of phones that this new release does not yet work with."
The headphone jack doesn't work either!
I tried my wonderful earbud headphones that I've had for years, and used successfully with my iPhone, and all I could get was music. No mic! No volume adjustments! Funny thing is (though I'm not laughing about it) these same headphones work just find on the DROID BIONIC!! And now, I'm way out of my 1st 30-days (15 for Verizon, you cheapskates!) and cannot trade! Oh, and I'm "still waiting" for that ice cream truck to show up with MY ICECREAM!!
htc take i phone by
Verizon iPhone 4 results used for test #2 are from test #1?
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