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Posted at 8:40 AM ET, 12/29/2010

HTC Thunderbolt photos leaked before CES

By Hayley Tsukayama

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The HTC Thunderbolt, the new name for Verizon's first phone on LTE, made an appearance on the blog Droid Life Tuesday, prompting the phone to trend on Google and Twitter Wednesday morning.

The smartphone looks a lot like the HTC Desire HD, and Droid Life mentions that it's a bit surprised by the Thunderbolt's kickstand, which bears Google branding and hides a speaker. The blog also reports that it's "assuming it won't have a dual-core processor."

The phone is expected to officially debut at CES 2011 next month.

By Hayley Tsukayama  | December 29, 2010; 8:40 AM ET
Categories:  CES 2011, Gadgets  
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Comments

(tongue in cheek) I just hope this phone is not as big as the artist rendering.

Posted by: YadaYada1 | December 29, 2010 9:49 AM | Report abuse

I wish all these companies would stop printing their ugly logos on the front side of the phone. It makes it look cheap. Apple does a good job with their iPhones.

Posted by: carbon916 | December 29, 2010 12:19 PM | Report abuse

I guess they couldn't figure out how ti design an icon for the word MENU.

Posted by: jbelkin800 | December 29, 2010 11:01 PM | Report abuse

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