First Verizon 4G LTE Phone HTC Thunderbolt Photos

Image Credit: DroidLife
Android blog DroidLife has 12 exclusive photos of the HTC Thunderbolt, which will reportedly be the first Verizon 4G LTE smartphone.

The Thunderbolt (previously known as Mecha and Incredible HD), which looks a lot like the HTC Desire HD except with Verizon branding, is slated to be revealed next week at the annual International Consumer Electronics Show. It will support Verizon's 4G LTE network and features Google branding (so it's a Droid?) on the kickstand that flips out to reveal a speaker of some sort.

Image Credit: DroidLife
This is another "first" for HTC, which also manufactured the "firsts" on T-Mobile's (myTouch and G2) and Sprint's (EVO 4G) 4G networks.

Those of you looking for more info can sign up on the HTC Thunderbolt's landing page here.

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