TalkAndroid reviews the HTC Thunderbolt by Verizon, compares to HTC Evo 4G

Well, folks, we’ve been graced with the opportunity to take an HTC Thunderbolt by Verizon into our arms and cradle it, and we must admit… we just don’t want to let us go. Fortunately for you, we won’t be discussing our phone envy, but rather giving you an in-depth review of the Thunderbolt. We also ran it through some comparisons with Sprint’s HTC Evo, and the result were pretty astounding. Hit the break to check out the video, and let us know what you think in the comments.

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  • verizonsux

    for one your probly running a s*** rom which will kill you score technically they’re the same phone so performance goes they aint any diff. next 10ppl use verizons suck a** network if they had half the traffic sprint does you’d probly see similar speeds i been on verizon if your not in a major city you aint gettin service let alone lte speeds sorry sad fact verizon sux

  • Joel V

    I love my Thunderbolt! I upgraded as soon as it came out. The speed on this thing is mind-blowing. The first app that I downloaded was the DISH Remote Access app. This app lets me stream live TV and recorded shows from my 922 SlingLoaded receiver, to my phone. Let me tell you it was awesome! This app is perfect for the Thunderbolt! Being able to stream live TV when and where I want is awesome, but to be able to stream super fast is even better! As a customer and employee of DISH Network, I have been using this app for a long time and being able to watch TV Everywhere is the coolest thing ever. When it is on 4G, then its even better!

  • Matthew

    They aren’t the same phone, and Sprint is terrible no matter where you’re at. There’s a reason verizon is the best. Sprint was about to go out of business.

  • Andre

    Fact number 1 Sprint has way more 4g customers, and I downloaded the movie pineapple express in 4 minutes. Fact number 2 verizon network is still growing its 4g customer base then we’ll see the real average download speeds. And here’s the most important fact. Sprint has wimax 2 coming 2012 which has speeds of up to 330 mbps and with a software update the evo will be kicking the thunderbolt ass!!!

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