The HTC Rezound delivers the high-end, full range Beats by Dr. Dre audio software to a United States handset for the first time. The HTC Rezound was released in November of last year, and was the first HTC phone to offer the Beats Audio platform that the company spent over $30 million acquiring a controlling interest in. The handset comes out-of-the-box with a set of Beats ear buds specifically designed to integrate with the Beats Audio application, and those ear buds come with an in-line wireless mic and remote control. This allows easy music access for rewind, fast-forward and stop in the middle of a voice call, as well as hands-free voice commands.
The HTC Rezound recently was lowered to a retail price of $99 with a standard new two-year activation and data plan, and is exclusive to the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE system. And while the sound system definitely deserve consideration as the best to hit a 4G smartphone, the display resolution, processor speed, RAM memory and high resolution video recording are all features which perform at the high end of the 4G smartphone marketplace. That display is 4.30 inches, and the S–LCD screen delivers an extremely high pixel density of 342 pixels per inch, for an overall screen resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels.
The HTC Rezound Android smartphone also possesses one of the fastest processors of any mobile handset, a dual core 1.5 GHz Scorpion central processor that joins an Adreno 220 graphics dedicated chip in the Qualcomm MSM8660 microchip package on board. A full 1.0 GB of RAM system memory and 16 GB of built-in, user accessible storage are present in the hardware profile as well. A microSD slot allows for data storage expansion capabilities.
On the back of the handset is a high resolution camcorder of 8.0 megapixels, and it can capture video in 1,080P HD resolution and 30 frames per second. That rear snapper also provides a dual LED flash, autofocus, white balance, geo-tagging, preloaded scenes, special effects and ISO control features. The front facing 2.0 megapixel chat cam can also provide portrait snapshots and video call capabilities.
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