Review: HTC Vivid for AT&T
The Vivid's stock Android browser performed very well on AT&T's HSPA/HSPA+ network. Speed tests routinely showed the Vivid capable of reaching in excess of 6Mbps on the downlink and 2Mbps on the uplink. Browsing the web over the cellular network felt really fast, and web pages rendered in an instant. Applications downloaded from the Android Market were delivered to the Vivid lickety-split.
Phone Scoop has noted in the past how HTC's Sense user interface is one of the best when it comes to user customization. The Vivid isn't any different in that regard. Sense lets users adjust about every element of the home screens, wallpapers and other behaviors of the phone.
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The customizable lock screen, in particular, will delight many users. This is an added bonus to the Sense 3.0 software.
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