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HTC Rezound Unboxing and Review

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November 7th, 2011


If you want the latest in performance and features, look no further than the HTC Rezound smartphone for Verizon Wireless. Not only does the Rezound have a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of processor RAM, it has a 4.3-inch LCD display with the resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels, shattering the previous record for display resolution in a cell phone. But the features don’t stop there, as the HTC Rezound also comes with BeatsAudio technology and every phone ships with a pair of iBeats earphones, considered among the best for portable sound quality. All this, plus speedy network downloads with Verizon’s 4G LTE network, in a phone that’s probably a little smaller than you might expect.

In this video, Wirefly’s Bob Kovacs unboxes the HTC Rezound and its accessories, showing what’s in the package. He also fires up the phone and comments on many of the Rezound’s features. Click on the video window to the right to get all the details.

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4 Responses to “HTC Rezound Unboxing and Review”

  • willemco
    November 9, 2011

    I currently have an HTC Wildfire. Have been an extremely proud owner until it started slowing down. Now it takes a good 30 second to even open a message and when replying it properly highlights the relevant contact but connects me to a different contact. This has led to some very embarrassing situations as I initially didn’t notice this failure.
    OK, I DO have some 8,000 messages on my INTERNAL memory. But I reckon that this should not cause my Wildfire to slow down a all.
    I always thought of myself as an HTC-fan but lately I have become aware that HTC phones really suck. They look hood and if you don’t use its memory you may even notice that HTC produced a phone of inferior quality.
    For this reason I will not even CONSIDER buying another HTC phone… ever! Have now my sights re-focused on SAMSUNG GALAXY S2… better specs allover and (hopefully) its INTERNAL memory can handle it’s capacity!

  • Hey guys ,

    We are beyond “overwhelming” by the screen resolution…

    We also like to know detailed specifications like : Does it have built in gps (or a-gps or s-gps) , NFC ,gyro , and other things we dont know . Maybe this device doesnt have one of these features and HTC will manufacture a model variant with more features like samsung is doing with the galaxy S II.

    • Yes, the HTC Rezound has GPS, and I think it has a gyro sensor. The Rezound doesn’t have NFC support.

      Bob at Wirefly

    • don’t bother with HTC’s features. You know ALREADY that Samsung has this all and considering a phone (HTC) that becomes very unreliable and un-responsive within 6 months makes me shiver…

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