HTC Thunderbolt will ship with a 32GB SD card, will support voice and data over LTE
0.0By Nigel Chiwaya January 19, 2011 05:13 PM
More and more details about the HTC Thunderbolt are leaking out. Yesterday we learned that Verizon employees are already getting trained on the device and that it received MAP designation, meaning it's probably coming in at $199. Today, thanks to the handy chart below that compares the Thunderbolt with other top flight smartphones (The EVO, the myTouch 4G and the iPhone 4), we can see that the Thunderbolt will be shipping with a 32GB SD card. That, coupled with the phone's 8GB of internal storage means it'll be quite hard to fill the device up with all of your crud.
In other, just as exciting news, that Verizon employee training screenshotyesterday? It totally mentioned that the Thunderbolt will support simultaneous voice and data. This means that Verizon customers will finally be able to surf the web while on a phone call, and also removes a rather big missile from AT&T's attack arsenal.
Source: Android Central
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By nigel_chiwaya January 19, 2011 06:42 PM
Nope, but the moment there is, we'll let you guys know.
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