It seems that everyone has a slim line smartphone these days, whether they need it or not. The latest model, Verizon’s HTC Rezound, is actually slightly chunkier than the others but it is remarkably light considering this.
This new Android 2.3-powered smartphone is not super thick but it does outweigh the Droid Razr and the Galaxy Nexus. If anything, at least it appears to be good quality and may actually stay in one piece if dropped.
The edges are tapered to make it less bulky to hold in your hand and its design style is similar to that of the Droid with its dashes of red and red shell under the back cover. The thicker design is due to the fact that it is jam packed with extras. There is a 1.5GHz dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM; plenty of power to keep the phone running when you are an active user.
There is also 16GB of storage space as well as an included 16GB microSD card so there is plenty of room for those who are constantly downloading or storing pictures.
Speaking of, there is a 2 megapixel camera at the front for sharing those moments and there is also a back-facing 8 megapixel camera with an f/2.2 lens and dual LED flash for a clearer picture. It is also capable of shooting videos.
Other features include its 1,620 mAh battery which allows for a much longer life than seen in past phones. This version is also the first to have Beats Audio. Overall, HTC Rezound packs plenty of ingredients into its package.