Excerpt: The recent announcement (and preceding months of rumors) have most minds set on the . This makes it hard for other manufacturers and products to compete. But if we take a look around, there are other outstanding devices to be had.
Summary: The camera support software provides geo-tagging, touch-focus (in addition to the autofocus) , face detection, SmartShot, BurstShot, SweepShot and ClearShot support – definitely making the HTC Amaze 4G smartphone a camera-centric mobile phone!
Excerpt: Aaron goes in-depth with the HTC Amaze 4G , one of T-Mobile's newest high-end Android smartphones. It's a bit pricey at $259.99 with a two-year agreement, but offers a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S3 processor, 4.3-inch qHD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording capabilities, a...
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the HTC Amaze 4G , one of T-Mobile's newest Android smartphones. The form factor and build quality are stunning for an Android device, though it costs a lofty $259.99 with a two-year agreement.
Summary: The HTC Amaze 4G can be quickly described as a shutterbug’s phone, since it packs in an 8 megapixel camera (with advanced features) and 1080p video capture, plus a dual LED flash. It also has all of the features you’d expect to find in a modern Android smarphone, including a 1.5 GHz processor, Wi-Fi...
Pros: Slightly unusual design and two color choices, white or black, Good screen, Responsive and easy to use, Great camera
Cons: Voice quality is good, but not great, Battery life is slightly disappointing
Conclusion: The HTC Amaze 4G is a very good smartphone for T-Mobile, and for all HTC customers. The main highlights of the device are the gorgeous picture quality and the very good hardware performance.
Conclusion: The battery life is not stellar, but everything else about the Amaze 4G is pretty great. While we’re not sure it’s actually worth $60 more than any other dual-core phone, the Amaze holds its own and excels when it comes to taking pictures and video.
Pros: Potent processor and hardware, Great camera, Extra recording button is odd, but useful, HTC promises quick Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) upgrade, HTC Sense is great for first-time smartphone users
Cons: Strange design, Mediocre battery life, 4.3-inch screen may be too large for some., LCD screen cannot match the color of AMOLED, Camera can get a little hyper
Does the HTC Amaze 4G live up to its name or is it just another Android phone in T-Mobile's arsenal?
31 October 2011
Summary: The Amaze 4G isn't perfect, but it's superior to its T-Mobile competition in two key respects: the screen and the camera. It's technically not as fast as the Galaxy S II, but it performed just as well in my time with both phones, and its qHD screen and camera functionality are head and shoulders...
Pros: Stellar camera, Big, high-resolution screen, Fast performance
Cons: Large and heavy, Outdated software, Bad battery life