After a long video sabbatical, I’m back in front of the camera. We’ve got a lot of phones to cover this summer, so I’m jumping out of the gate with a double unboxing of Smasung’s Droid Charge and the HTC Thunderbolt–both LTE 4G phones on Verizon Wireless. Connectivity isn’t all these gadgets have in common though. Their spec sheets are almost point-for-point in each category. The most obvious and potentially significant distinguishing feature is the Charge’s Super AMOLED Plus display, which is ridiculously vibrant. Then again, the Charge lags where the Thunderbolt swipes like butter. Is Sense just lighter than TouchWiz? We’ll get into all of that with written reviews, coming this week. For now, check out the unbxing(s) and what is, at least in the US, an impressive 4G speed test.
I read today that the Droid Bionic is supposedly going to be slower than At &T LTE 4G's, but to be honest they shouldn't let companies do their own studies to backup claims on their ads. Who knows, just kind of silly, like the Yankees saying they took a survey to see who the best baseball team is, they asked everyone on the Yankees what their opinion is and surprise, the majority said the Yankees! Miracle.
I have ran same speeds and sometimes I get server error and need to restart..so not much for prof..keep in mind..Samsung's s AMOLED screen makes ALL your pics over colored due to the high res screen..Aaron from phonedog proved this
i had the thunderbolt , nice phone. but it had to be pugged in the outlet all day. took it back. now i have the charge , night and day . i love the charge