Review: HTC Vivid for AT&T
The Vivid is HTC's first Long Term Evolution 4G Android smartphone for AT&T. How does this device stack up against other devices on AT&T's network? Phone Scoop finds out in this full review.
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If you're an Android lover looking for the fastest phone available on AT&T's brand, spankin' new Long Term Evolution 4G network, the HTC Vivid is worth your consideration. Phone Scoop tells you why in our full review.
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is it a cell phone? Is this phonescoop?
This isn't a cell phone it's a small tablet computer with a crumby phone attached. Come on now, really? What is going on with the cell phone industry? Are we supposed to carry two devices with us? one for surfing the web and another to call someone?
Lots of us don't give a damn about call quality
I agree with the voice quality on phone calls, but it should get better if they ever open up LTE to voice calls not just data.