Review by Dan Seifert on Monday November 14, 2011.
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HTC's Rezound is the second 4G
Though the Rezound is a considerable step up from the ThunderBolt, packing a faster processor, better camera, much improved display, better audio, and newer software, it is still plagued by some of the mire that the ThunderBolt was caught up in, namely a thick and heavy body and sub-par battery life. While the ThunderBolt had no competition on the LTE market when it was released, Verizon's (and now AT&T's) line-up is getting increasingly crowded with smartphones that boast thinner designs and bigger batteries along with the faster data speeds, presenting quite a bit of competition for headline shelf space and all-to-valuable marketing dollars for the Rezound.
Despite its few unique traits, I can't say that the Rezound is the best smartphone, or even the best LTE smartphone available from Verizon, for that matter. It's hard to justify its premium price tag. Read on to find out all of the ins and outs of the HTC Rezound.
You'll find a video of the HTC Rezound in action after the Table of Contents, below.
Dan is MobileBurn.com's Editor-in-Chief. Based in Poughkeepsie in New York, Dan can be found on Twitter as @DCSeifert.