When we got our hands-on the HTC Rezound earlier this month, we came away thoroughly impressed. It’s packed with a quick 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, Verizon’s 4G LTE and an absolutely stunning 4.3-inch 720p display that gives the Retina variety on the iPhone a run for its money. Two weeks on, and we’re happy to report that our opinion of the Rezound hasn’t changed in the least. In fact, the device is still surprising us with its quality.
While the HTC Rezound isn’t the thinnest phone around (13.7mm), it’s still a very attractive device. Just as we said during our hands-on, the black and red combo gives the phone a sleek and premium look, and the build materials are top quality. You won’t get any of that cheap plastic feel here.
With phones like the Droid Razr, Galaxy Nexus and Galaxy S II no doubt taking the majority of the spot light this holiday season, the Rezound may unfortunately be a device that goes unnoticed by the masses. For audiophiles, the Rezound is definitely a device to take notice of. Consumers will have some big decisions to make with so many high quality Android phones hitting the market. The HTC Rezound is currently available on Verizon Wireless for $299.99 with two-year contract.
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