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LTE HTC Thunderbolt supposedly detailed: 1.2GHz dual-core & twin 8MP/5MP cameras? [Updated]

LTE HTC Thunderbolt supposedly detailed: 1.2GHz dual-core & twin 8MP/5MP cameras? [Updated]

The LTE-packing HTC Thunderbolt smartphone will supposedly be seeing a European release as well as availability on Verizon in the US, if a leak supposedly from a German retailer's systems is authentic. According to HTCInside, the Thunderbolt has a 1.2GHz dual-core MSM8960 processor and both 8-megapixel (rear) and 5-megapixel (front) cameras, and is headed to German carriers O2, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone in 2011.

Update: Something to be cautious about: the MSM8960 supposedly found inside the Thunderbolt isn't expected to arrive until 2012. Either the chip has been mis-labeled, or it's a sign that this isn't entirely legit.

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HTC Thunderbolt for Verizon Shown Off in Pictures

HTC Thunderbolt for Verizon Shown Off in Pictures

While they may not be live photos, or even images of the device turned on in someone's hand, what we have here is a total of 12 images of the unannounced 4G LTE-enabled handset from HTC. While the official name of the device is still up in the air, it's currently going by Thunderbolt, so we'll stick with that. The device in question shares a lot of similarities to the HTC Desire HD, which shouldn't be surprising considering the manufacturer, but additional details regarding the mysterious handset are still unknown.

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Android-powered HTC 606w smartphone image leaks

Android-powered HTC 606w smartphone image leaks

One of the better phones we've seen turn up over the last several months from HTC is the HTC One. One of the big downsides to that particular smartphone was that the price was too high for some users. If you like the overall design and style of the HTC One, but wish for something a bit cheaper, it appears that the leaked HTC 606w may be exactly what you're looking for.

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HTC One accessories hands-on rundown

HTC One accessories hands-on rundown

It's all about the HTC One today as the company re-introduces themselves as a one-shot hero show - and with one hero comes accessories galore, of course. Here we've got a set of accessories that start with a folding case that'll allow you to go all HTC Thunderbolt on your new model, moves on to dual-color covers, a 6,000 mAh battery bar, and creeps on in with a brand new car kit. You'll be rolling out with style with your new HDMI kit, multiple choices for colors on all deliverables, and access to the whole lot by the time the actual phone reaches your pocket.

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Apple: 29 HTC phones still infringe our patent and we want them banned

Apple: 29 HTC phones still infringe our patent and we want them banned

HTC may have managed to satisfy the US International Trade Commission (ITC) that its recent smartphones don't infringe Apple patents and ought to be allowed into the US, but Apple isn't willing to give up the fight. The company claims 29 of HTC's devices - including the new One Series - violate its patented technology, and is demanding that the ITC step in fast to clamp down on the alleged infringements.

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HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

HTC Android 4.0 ICS updates list expands

Over at the quietly brilliant manufacturer HTC's Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich list expansions are happening everywhere with new phones added to the list and phones already on the list getting updated schedules. This list is what HTC considers its nearly-definitive list of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich updates and can therefor be trusted about as far as you can trust any list on earth. Notably absent from the list are all of the HTC tablets released to date - you'll have to go rogue if you want that kind of hardcore underground tasty treat action.

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HTC EVO 4G LTE set for May 23 release

HTC EVO 4G LTE set for May 23 release

Amid delays from US customs after a patent dispute several months old, the HTC EVO 4G LTE appears to be prepared to be launched in the United States through Best Buy for pre-order customers. The "PRE-ORDER UPDATE" you see here comes with emails sent to Best Buy pre-order hopefuls for the new LTE phone, bringing hope to those who found themselves empty-gutted at news that their next most favorite smartphone would be delayed "indefinitely" earlier this week. This update allows us to once again say yes, feel free to pick up the phone if you love HTC One series hardware without the actual name attached.

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