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Slim phone. Fat sound. Dual frontal stereo speakers are teamed with powerful amplifiers, so everyone can hear what you’re hearing. Share music, share videos, share games—and share them loudly. Awesome camera and imaging tools. Get perfect images with one-press continuous shooting and a camera that captures 300% more light. Full metal body, zero gap construction and tapered edges that offer a slim but satisfying grip.
Carriers
 USA Service ProvidersInfoUSA Service ProvidersThese carriers offer the device for sale and for use on their network.AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile  
Carrier Networks
 CDMA BandsInfoCDMA BandsCode Division Multiple Access is the method in which voice communication is sent over the network using a spread-spectrum technology. Depending on the service provider, it uses one or more bands: 800, 1900, and 2100 MHz.800,1900 MHz 
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 GSM BandsInfoGSM BandsGlobal System for Mobile Communications is a standard for device communication. Depending on the service provider, it uses one or more bands: 850, 900, 1800 and 1900 MHz.850,900,1800,1900 MHz 
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 LTE BandsInfoLTE BandsLong Term Evolution is a very high speed mobile network standard for the GSM/UMTS networks. Depending on the service provider, it uses one or more bands: 700, 1700 and 2100 MHz. It is sometimes called a 4G standard, and while very fast, it is really something between 3G and real 4G.700,1900 MHz 
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 UTMS BandsInfoUTMS BandsUniversal Mobile Telecommunications System is a mobile communication technology based in part on the GSM/EDGE standards, but much faster. UTMS is also known as WCDMA, and both are considered a 3G service. Depending on the service provider, it uses one or more bands from 700 to 2100 MHz.850,1900,2100 MHz 
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 HSDPA (download)InfoHSDPA (download)High-Speed Downlink Packet Access offers higher data rates over the UMTS networks, up to 14.4 Mbps. It is considered a 3.5G service.21 mbps 
Connectivity
 WiFiInfoWiFiA localized wireless internet connection standard that operates in the 2.4 GHz band. Most WiFi implementations support the b and g standards (at 11 Mbps and 55 Mbps maximum data rates respectively). The newer n standard offers up to 110 Mbps in some situations, with compatible equipment.802.11 b/g/n  
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 DNLAInfoDNLADigital Living Network Alliance refers to the ability to connect and transfer content to a another DNLA device. For example, on a mobile device, stored music, photos and videos could appear on a DNLA equipped receiver or TV.yes  
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 BluetoothInfoBluetoothThis is an open-standard used to transfer audio and data over very short distances on the 2.4 GHz band. Version 2.0 and 2.1 include EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) for faster data rates over the version 1 standard. Depending on the implementation and power level it may be designed to operate over distances of 3 feet to 300 feet. Version 2.x uses a data rate of 3 Mbps, and version 3.0 uses 24 Mbps.4.0  
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 InfraredInfoInfraredThis very low speed communication method is typically used for the direct line-of-site operation of other remote devices.yes  
Power and Battery
 Battery typeLithium-Ion  
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 Battery capacityInfoBattery capacityWhile mildly interesting, without knowing the current draw (which changes greatly depending on what functions are active) it does not provide any indication of how long the device will run.2300 mAH 
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 Talk timeInfoTalk timeThis is a very rough estimate by the manufacturer of how long the device functions starting with a full charge. Your milage will vary!18.0 hours 
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 Standby time (max)InfoStandby time (max)This indicates how long the device should function in standby mode without using any functions.479 hours 
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 Charging CableMicro USB to USB cable for charging  
Operating System
 Android version4.1  
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 User interfaceHTC Sense  
Multimedia Formats
 AudioInfoAudioThe audio/music formats that the device supports.AAC, AMR, M4A, MP3, OGG, WAV, WMA  
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 VideoInfoVideoThe video formats that the device supports, although the frame rate is not normally stated. Older slow devices may not handle the full 30 frames per second (fps) that most formats support.3G2, 3GP, AVI, MP4, WMV  
Physical
 WeightInfoWeightThis is the weight of the device with a standard battery. It does not include a case cover or other optional attachments.5.0 ounces 
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 Width5.4 inches 
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 Height2.7 inches 
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 Depth0.4 inches 
Manufacturer
 HTC 
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 One Product Page 
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 Release Date24-Apr-2013  
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 Price (no contract)*$ 599.99  
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 Price (2yr contract)*$ 199.99  
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 * Prices change frequently, may have discounts or rebates
   and may vary greatly from these numbers.
  Via AT&T, 32 GB (64 GB optional)
 
 
Display
 ScreenInfoScreenThis is the screen size measured diagonally.4.7 inches 
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 Screen resolutionInfoScreen resolutionThis is the number of pixel dots that appear on the screen - horizontal x vertical.1080 x 1920 pixels 
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 Screen technologyInfoScreen technologyThe type of display, typically LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) or eInk. There are a number of LCD variations, such as TFT (Thin-Film Transistor) or OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode).TFT LCD  
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 Touch screenyes  
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 Touch screen typeInfoTouch screen typeTypically either Resistive or Capacitive technologies are used. Capacitive is more sensitive than Resistive. Devices so noted also include Multi-touch, where gestures using two fingers are detected.Multi-Touch Capacitive  
Memory
 Internal RAMInfoInternal RAMRandom Access Memory.2 GB 
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 Internal StorageInfoInternal StorageThis is the flash memory internal to the device. On a few devices, the internal memory can be expanded. Note that the operating system and pre-loaded applications will consume a poriton of this memory.32 GB 
Hardware
 ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 600  
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 Processor speedInfoProcessor speedThe speed of the processor provides a very rough idea of performance between devices using the same processor type and same number of cores.1.7 GHz 
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 Processor coresInfoProcessor coresMultiple cores can significantly increase the devices performance when matched to an OS that support multiple cores. Android versions 2.4 & 3.0 and later support multi-cores, while older OS versions will only use a single core.4  
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 USB Version2.0  
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 Keyboard TypeVirtual  
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 Audio Jack3.5 mm  
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 Video OutputInfoVideo OutputVideo is output via a cable. Standards that may be supported include HDMI, a High-Definition Multimedia Interface; Component connecting via 3 RCA jacks; S-video; or Composite (via 1 low-definition RCA jack). If not stated, it is assumed the device only outputs Composite in low-definition.MHL 2.0 HDMI  
Location
 GPSInfoGPSDevices with Global Positioning System support use a satellite-based navigation system to identify your current position and altitude.yes  
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 CompassInfoCompassAn electronic compass compares the position of the device relative to earth's magnetic north.yes  
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 AccelerometerInfoAccelerometerAn accelerometer detects device movement and how fast the movement changes.yes  
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 GyroscopeInfoGyroscopeA gyroscope detects the position of the device, not the location. It is typically used in applications and games to detect how the device is being held.yes  
Camera
 Primary Camera24.0 MegaPixels 
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 FlashInfoFlashUnless otherwise stated, devices with flash have a single LED flash, only suitable for close distances.yes  
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 Auto-focusInfoAuto-focusThis allows the device to automatically adjust the focus.yes  
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 Videoyes  
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 Video ResolutionInfoVideo ResolutionThis identifies the the highest quality of video that the primary camera can take.1080p  
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 Other featuresUltraPixel BSI sensor; f2.0; Optical image stabilization;Squency shot; Smile shot; Object removal; Slow motion recording;  
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 Front Facing Camera2.1 MegaPixels 
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 Front Facing VideoInfoFront Facing VideoThis identifies the the highest quality of video that the front-facing camera can take.VGA (640x480)  
Sensors
 ProximityInfoProximityA proximity sensor typically is used to detect if the device is near the ear. The device can then turn off the display to help conserve battery power.yes  
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 Ambient LightInfoAmbient LightThe ambient light sensor increases the display brightness when the ambient light is high, and conversely lowers the brightness in a reduce lighting situation. This improves viewing comfort while helping to conserve battery power.yes  
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 NFCInfoNFCNear Field Communications allows the transfer of information over very short distances (under 1/4 inch). Two NFC equipped devices can transfer contact info, web links, photos and more. It can also be used for payments, similar to a credit card.yes  
More Features
 
  • Stereo front speakers
  • Beats Audio