Monday, December 26, 2011

HTC Vivid LTE smartphone

The ultimate member of AT&T’s impressive LTE smartphone 2011 lineup is in the beginning line, ready to impress. The HTC Vivid is joining the organization of the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket and LG Nitro HD inside a bid to defend the reputation from the Taiwanese company.

HTC Vivid

Hardware wise, the HTC Vivid is really a familiar sight. The smartphone is essentially come up with from the parts’ bin of the actual HTC Sensation 4G and HTC EVO three dimensional, save for its 4. 5“ display and beefed up built-in memory -- it packs a well familiar dual-core PROCESSOR, clocked at 1. 2GHz and the Snapdragon S3 chipset.

HTC Vivid

We do suspect that HTC has intentionally omitted features for example an HD screen and a beefed up CPU to be able to maintain the flagship status of the actual Beats Audio sporting, HTC Rezound with regard to Verizon Wireless. Thankfully, the Vivid is priced accordingly too.
Quad-band GSM and tri-band 3G assistance
21 Mbps HSDPA and 5. seventy six Mbps HSUPA
LTE network compatibility
four. 5" capacitive LCD touchscreen with qHD quality (540 x 960 pixels); Gorilla cup
Android OS v2. 3. 4 Gingerbread along with HTC Sense 3. 0
1. two GHz dual Scorpion CPUs, Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 chipset
1GB MEMORY and 16 GB built-in storage; microSD slot as much as 32GB
8 MP autofocus camera along with LED flash; 1. 3MP front-facing device
1080p and 720p video recording
Wi-Fi b/g/n as well as DLNA
GPS with A-GPS
Stereo Radio with RDS
Accelerometer, proximity sensor as well as an auto-brightness sensor
Standard 3. 5 mm sound jack (SRS enhancement)
microUSB interface (charging) and stereo Wireless bluetooth v3. 0
MHL TV-out (demands MHL-to-HDMI adapter)
Smart dialing, tone of voice dialing
DivX/XviD video support
HTCSense.com integration
HTC Transportable Hotspot
Office document editor
As you are able to notice above, the spec sheet of the HTC Vivid is really a familiar sight. HTC have grown the screen to put it good rest of the LTE offerings through AT&T.

HTC Vivid

We are not sure nevertheless, how the feeling of familiarity will bode for that smartphone – it simply does not feel like a fresh product. It is the end of 2011 now – a great eight months since HTC took the wraps from the similarly equipped Sensation 4G.