HTC Velocity 4G
|Operating System||Gingerbread 2.3.x|
|Processor||1.5GHz dual-core Scorpion processor|
|Screen||4.5” (540 x 960 pixel)|
|Camera||8 MP with dual-LED flash, with front facing camera|
|Storage||32GB internal, up to 32GB external|
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The HTC Velocity 4G made ripples when it hit our shores down under. The first 4G phone in Australia was sure to get the public excited for high mobile speeds, especially as the NBN is rolling out across the country. The Velocity 4G can reach download speeds of 40mbps download, much faster than the vast majority of Australian households.
The only downside to 4G is that the supported regions are limited as well as being a major drain on battery life.The Velocity also has a lot packed under the hood. Pretty much every specification is up-to-date with the top range mobiles available in Australia and around the globe. The only downsides in terms of design and hardware would be the weight and size of the Velocity 4G compared to the likes of other phones like the Samsung Galaxy S II.
Funny that Telstra only mention the battery life when the Velocity is in 3G mode…
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