Amaze 4G

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Amaze 4G

T-Mobile wants its new HTC Amaze 4G to attract those smartphone users who double as serious shutterbugs and want 4G speeds.

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Weight

At 6.1 ounces, the Amaze 4G feels weighty but comfortable in the hand.

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Android

The Amaze 4G runs Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread).

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Power

The Amaze 4G packs a lot of power under the hood, in the form of a Qualcomm Snapdragon S3 processor with 1.5GHz dual-core CPUs, more than enough for most applications.

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Resolution

The 4.3-inch quarter high-definition (qHD) super LCD capacitive multi-touch screen (540 x 960) resolution is crisp, but seems a little dim or matte in comparison to the iPhones Retina Display or the Samsung Galaxy S II.

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Camera

T-Mobile and HTC are marketing the camera as the Amaze 4Gs strong point. The 8-megapixel rear camera, paired with a 2-megapixel front aperture, is capable of taking 1,080p HD video.

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Settings

HTC tweaked the Amaze 4Gs camera for almost instant performance when it comes to focusing and snapping.

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Options

You can then edit the photos to your hearts content (cropping, auto-enhance, high contrast, etc.), spin through your portfolio of images or share them with the world.

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Battery

The Amaze 4Gs Achilles heel: battery life. The drain on the device is considerable, making it difficult to make it through a day of moderate-to-heavy use on a single charge.

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Sunlight

The Amaze 4Gs camera is shown here using natural light.

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Dim

The Amaze 4G seemed to have a little trouble focusing in dim light.

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