HTC Rezound

HTC Rezound Key Features and Specifications

Key Features:

  • Studio crisp sound exclusively with Beats Audio™ technology
  • The 8MP camera and 1080p video captures perfect pictures every time
  • The 4.3-inch HD 720p screen offers revolutionary pixel density
  • Carries the latest in HTC Sense innovations


  • Processor: Qualcomm MSM8660, 1.5 GHz, Qualcomm MDM9600
  • OS: Android Gingerbread w/HTC Sense
  • Memory: 1 GB DDR2 RAM, 16 GB memory, 16 GB microSD
  • Dimensions: 5.1” x 2.6” x .54” (LxWxT)
  • 4.3” (diagonal) super LCD WVGA (1280x720)
  • Display: HD 720p
  • Battery: 1620mAh LiIon
  • Connectivity: HDMI, Bluetooth 3.0 + Headset, WiFi®: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n
  • Sensors / Charging: G - sensor, Light sensor, Compass, Proximity sensor, MicroUSB, USIM/CSIM/ISIM, audio jack, Wireless Charging
  • Camera: 8.0 megapixel camera with auto focus, /2.2, 28mm wide angle lens, 2 x LED flash, 2 megapixel front camera, 1080p video recorder

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HTC Rezound Specs


Impressive stuff. But couldn't HTC squeeze a little more juice in it than 1620 mAh? Hopefully an extended life battery will be available.

Surely you know by now that it's HTC's M.O. to build a nice phone & then skimp on the battery, right?

Lately, they have been spending too much time on gimmicks for my liking. I would prefer to see them spend resources on better battery management instead of 3D displays or Beats Audio. I mean, what did they spend for Beats? $300 Million?

How far could that $ have went into new battery technology?

Yeah, but that's an extended battery, and extended batteries always increase the thickness of a phone. And since HTC phones are already thicker than most smartphones, it's pretty inexcusable for such small capacity batteries to be inside of their devices.

1280x720 @ 4.3" screen => 341.54 PPI/DPI

Does that make it a Retina+ display or is that name trademarked? ;)

Great specs anyway! The best specs for any phone currently...

Why would HTC go back down in screen size? The Galaxy Nexus is the same size case but 10% bigger screen.

How can it compete with that?

I would take a 4.3" phone over anything larger all day long. 4.3 is plenty big, and having recently used a 4.0" phone, I think I like that even more.

I agree! And I'd prefer a 4" screen but 4.3" is ok if the rest of the device is slim enough.
Anything over 4.3" is crazy!

I think he meant to use the word "except" instead of "minus". 720p, wireless charging, and screen size are all different.

Does anyone know if this phone will have 3g simultaneous voice and data like the TBolt? I didn't realize how great that feature is until I had it.

I've had HTC phones for 4 years. I am officially done. They made the phone longer than the tbolt...and still couldn't make a thinner. Droid Razr, here I come.

Why would you get the Razr (and it's locked bootloader and non-replaceable battery among other things) over the Galaxy Nexus?

Proximity sensor turns off the screen when you hold it up to your face when you're talking on the phone. An NFC chip is for services like Google wallet.

thx. yes, of course i knew that. brain fart. i was just reading the specs over and over and not seeing the nfc chip listed, and trying to make it fit. but, wow, no nfc. okay...

"WVGA (1280 x 720)" ??????

Do you even know what are the meanings of the letters you write ?!

and right below that you say "HD 720p display"