HTC Amaze 4G Reviews
What do you do when you've already created a Sensation? If you're HTC, you repackage that lightning in a slightly different chassis, turn the volume (read: speed) up to 11 and borrow a bit of optical wizardry to add that new smartphone smell.
Does the HTC Amaze 4G live up to its name or is it just another Android phone in T-Mobile's arsenal?
Now, the new HTC Amaze 4G holds that claim to fame, bringing some new tricks to help create and highlight the best images.
The HTC Amaze 4G is sort of like a hybrid of the myTouch 4G Slide with its awesome camera and the HTC Sensation
with its unibody aluminum design. It is a bit on the heavy side and HTC Sense might not appeal to everybody. It is also a bit on the pricey side.
The HTC Amaze 4G ($259.99 with a two-year service agreement) is a powerful, cutting-edge AndroidÂ smartphoneÂ that's an excellent addition to T-Mobile's roster.
Say hello to the new HTC flagship device over on T-Mobile, the HTC Amaze 4G. This smartphone takes everything we love from the popular myTouch series at T-Mobile and blends it with the fancy design of the HTC Sensation.
The day that cheap point-and-shoot cameras will be completely redundant and obsolete is coming, and the HTC Amaze 4G would like to help them toward extinction.
Android And Me
The HTC Amaze 4G has great performance, as well as the outstanding build quality you can always expect from HTC. It would definitely make many Android fans happy. Letâ€™s go into the details and see what the pros and cons are.
The HTC Amaze 4G takes one of the best cameras in a phone ever--from the myTouch 4G Slide--and puts it inside an exquisitely designed device with a larger 4.3-inch screen and a faster 1.5-GHz dual-core processor.
With the onslaught of top-end Android devices hitting the market it takes a lot to amaze, but as they usually do, HTC have managed to make us pause with their latest superphone.
The Amaze 4G from T-Mobile aka the â€œRubyâ€ has landed and is a wonderful follow up to its little brother, the Sensation 4G. However, this HTC experience is a little more geared to the â€œpoint and shootâ€ crowd wanting to capture photos and videos Â in an instant.