Posts Tagged ‘HTC Thunderbolt’
Most Recent
 
post image

Android is Top OS, Runs on 16 out of Top 20 Mobile Devices — Millenial Media

by: MinaJuly 18, 2011

Good news for Android! Millenial Media recently released its June report, revealing significant gains of Android in the market (at least in Millenial’s ad network). For the seventh consecutive month, Android ranks as the top mobile OS, with 16 out of the top 20 devices running on it.

While Apple remains to be the top device manufacturer, it can’t be denied that the cumulative percentage of manufacturers using Android for their devices greatly outnumber that of Apple. It is interesting to note, however, that Research in Motion (RIM) still has 11% share over device manufacturing, and that three out of the top 20 devices are RIM phones running on Blackberry [...]

1
 
post image

HTC Thunderbolt Scorches to 2.0Ghz!

by: Chit AgustinApril 3, 2011

The HTC Thunderbolt may not be the most revolutionary device on the planet, but sure enough, it is one of the top smartphones of its generation. However, there are a lot of critics that question the Thunderbolt’s true potential.

“Immense power. Scorching speed.” That is the Thunderbolt. Perhaps you have seen HTC’s Thunderbolt Rooftop Advertisement thus far, and perhaps you still still have doubts about its speed. The advertisement claims quite explicitly that its speed is something you should take quite seriously. But if you are not really convinced, the fact that the Thunderbolt was overclocked to 1.8GHz should explain it all. Undeniably, it was impressive and [...]

1
 
post image

Sprint’s WiMAX dethroned, Verizon’s LTE reigns supreme

by: Chit AgustinApril 3, 2011

Sprint has been known to be the 4G king. However most recently, Sprint has been dethroned. Based on the research conducted by BTIG, Sprint’s WiMAX network is no longer  the country’s fastest mobile internet. Sprint’s speeds have been topped by Verizon’s LTE network.

The recently launched LTE network of Verizon out-performed the WiMAX network of Sprint during a series of 1000 speed tests that took place in New York City. Using HTC’s EVO 4G for Sprint and Thunderbolt for Verizon, internet speed tests were matched and surprisingly, Verizon’s LTE network surpassed Sprint’s WiMAX by significant margins. It’s also worth noting that Verizon’s LTE network also provided [...]

3
 
post image

My Revelations, Thoughts, and Dreams for Android in 2011

by: Darryl DoakMarch 3, 2011

Hindsight is 20/20 is what they say. Now I’m starting to see the picture a little clearer now. Rolling back to January, when Verizon was announcing all their contract/policy changes, I heard a lot of people thinking that Verizon’s change in return policy from 30 days down to 15 days was due to Apples meddling and it had something to do with the rumored iPhone launch that was imminent. But after looking at Verizon’s Android phones announced at CES (HTC Thunderbolt, Motorola Droid Bionic, LG Revolution, Samsung Droid Charge) and more recently the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play, Motorola Droid X2, HTC Incredible 2, and HTC Merge, it all makes sense now. They have way too [...]

3
1 2 3
Features
 
HTC 10 Nexus 6P poll of the week
 
como audio
 
voez Android Apps Weekly
 
Brexit - UK passport Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge British flag
 
Google Play Games Gamer ID
 
Does bloatware drain battery - feature image
 
portable power banks-feature-image
 
Road Trip map
 
huawei-p9-44-aa
 
fli-charge-1
 
android apps weekly
 
thumb zeiss vr one plus
 
android n preview logo
 
Android N logo AA
 
Google-Apps
SUNDAY GIVEAWAY
 
umi super
UMi Super International Giveaway!
Poll of the week
VR Source
 
Oculus Rift International Giveaway!
 
 
 
 
Recent Reviews
 
Bose-QC353-1024x683
Bose QuietComfort 35 Review
 
Moto G4 Plus -9
8.3
Motorola Moto G4 Plus review
 
ZTE Grand X Max 2-18
7.9
ZTE Grand X Max 2 Review
 
Sony XPERIA X-27
8.4
Sony Xperia X review
Buyer’s Guide
 
Best Android phones (June 2016): our picks, plus a giveaway