HTC Thunderbolt and HTC Inspire Break Cover
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Jan 5, 2011, 10:51 AM by Philip Berne
An HTC advertisement published in Rolling Stone magazine has revealed two new smartphones, expected to launch this week at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The HTC Thunderbolt is pictured with Verizon Wireless branding, and seems to be a large touchscreen device in the vein of the HTC Evo 4G on Sprint. The HTC Inspire 4G bears AT&T logos and also looks to be a tablet-style touchscreen device with no physical keyboard. Presumably, AT&T's "4G" service will be HSPA+ in this case, as the carrier has yet to launch its upcoming LTE network, and T-Mobile has been using "4G" to represent its own HSPA+. Both phones are also pictured running the HTC Sense interface design.
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