Can't replace the battery, can't use a micro-usb card.
Nice camera, that's not really why I buy a phone.
When is HTC going to learn that they need a battery with larger capacity? They already suffer more than most because Sense is a resource hog. Then they're going to only put an 1800 mah battery in there? Smh...
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Hate to say it but with such a large screen, 4G and only a 1800mAh battery this proves that HTC still haven't learned that people want a phone with a battery that can get them through the day without having to charge multiple times.
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1800mah battery? i won't accept anything under 2k from factory!
Last edited by xeene; 02-26-2012 at 05:07 PM.
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This phone needed at least a 2500mah battery, especially when you can not replace it. But hey, why should I care anyways, I am on Verizon which has a REAL LTE network, AT&T exclusive "more money under the table, HTC is really hurting I see.
Last edited by cybertec69; 02-26-2012 at 06:01 PM.
Funny thing about the 25gigs free, is it really isn't anything for your phone. If you fill that 25gigs with whatever, synced on your phone will use up most of your SD space (unless you just go back-and-forth thru the web instead of the desktop add-in).
But agree with you on the storeage. One of the main reasons I swtiched to the Rezound, now rockin' a 64gig card for all my music. Even with unlimited LTE, there are still areas of spotty service/lag and no service on the airplane and such, so I like to have my media on my phone.