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
There are 24 comments

Murph5150 says:

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

El Jefe says:

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?

A 2750 mAh battery is already out there. HTCpedia announced it back on Oct 19:

iPwn says:

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.

Almost threw up when I saw the battery size if i move away from the tbolt its to move away from the extended battery too...

Cthugha says:

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...

DrDoppio says:

I suggest "Fovea" display.

addison12 says:

Good specs, is this unit a "world phone", anyone?

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?

frozndevl says:

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.

Cthugha says:

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!

mr nruz says:

same specs as the tmobile galaxy s2 minus the 720p display and wireless charging and screen size

shmengie#AC says:

it IS a 720p display.

EeZeEpEe says:

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

jcastag says:

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.

tim242 says:

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.

iPwn says:

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

shmengie#AC says:

ummm...dumb question: is the proximity sensor the nfc sensor?

jaric2 says:

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.

shmengie#AC says:

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...

DWR_31 says:

No mention of LTE...

DarknesSx says:

"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"


jimbo says:

Does the HTC Rezound have DLNA like the HTC EVO 3D?

jetta01 says: