Excerpt: Even though it's not a perfect camera replacement, the HTC Amaze delivers for those who love to take pictures. The camera (an 8-megapixel main camera and a 2-megapixel front-facing camera) comes with advanced shooting modes, letting you take a series of shots and use the best elements of each to get...
Pros: Messaging features are simple to use, Comfortable to use, Picture and video quality are good (except in low light), Casing and battery are easy to remove, Helpful instruction manual
Cons: Small screen in relation to overall phone size, Heavy, bulky design
Excerpt: With no iPhone to run the show, T-Mobile has three flagship phones, all very similar: the HTC Amaze 4G , HTC Sensation 4G , and Samsung Galaxy S II . Like the others, the $259.99-with-contract Amaze runs a skinned version of Android on a huge, gorgeous 4.3-inch screen using a crazy-fast 1.5GHz...
Pros: Stellar camera, Big, high-resolution screen, Fast performance
Cons: Large and heavy, Outdated software, Bad battery life
Excerpt: We've had the HTC Amaze4G in house for two weeks now, and T-Mobile's latest uber-phone is top notch. It's a large phone, somehow larger than the HTC Sensation 4G , though both have a 4.3" display.
Pros: High quality design and build, qHD display, HSPA+ 4G 42Mbps.
Summary: The Amaze 4G is undoubtedly one of the best-looking Android phones around, and HTC and T-Mobile back up those good looks with a fast processor, a fantastic camera, and impressive 4G speeds (at least on the download).