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HTC Vigor Also Receives WiFi Certification

Yesterday the HTC Vigor (ADR6425) received its Bluetooth 3.0 certification, but it looks as if it may have received WiFi certification a few days before on August 23.  Just like yesterday’s news though, this doesn’t mean a whole lot except that the list of things needing to get accomplished before that October 6 launch date is getting shorter.

Need a recap on specs?  Our sources have told us that the phone will sport a 4.3″ HD screen, 1GB RAM, 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 16GB internal storage, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front, and the brand new version of Sense known as version 3.5.  The device should be similar in size and shape to the Thunderbolt (without the kickstand), which it is reportedly replacing, so that means we can expect it to be 4G LTE.

It is definitely a major player.

Via:  Wi-Fi.org, Ameblo

  • Billy Downs

    Dual band 2.4 and 5? Nice! Cut down on interference on the 2.4 devices.

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  • Bullfrog2099

    hey guys, is it 4g?

  • Matthew

    Is this going to have the wifis?

  • webby

    Is the the fone with the sealed in battery?

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  • Anonymous

    wish it was 4.5… oh well.

  • Dash Speeds

    Too bad this isn’t using Qualcomm’s new 28nm SoC, then this would be really worth it. The older 48nm OC’d to 1.5GHz (the same processor as the EVO 3D) along with LTE is going to kill the battery life on this phone. Everyone else has already moved on the A9 processors, catch up HTC!!

    • Bullrog2099

      yeah but it will be the best 2 hours of battery life you will use till you have to recharge again 🙂

  • Are we going to go through every certification of every phone? Wifi-check, Bluetooth-check, 4g-check

    • BillyT

      yes, you seem to have a lot on your plate busy man, what with chosing to read all of them and what not…

  • Firelight

    If it wasn’t for Sense I’d give this a serious look. But I’m now holding out for a Prime. If VZW doesn’t get that – then the HD is probably my next purchase in early ’12.

  • Guttatae22

    I can’t wait to get this phone ready to experience the new HTC sense 3.5

  • Brian

    Do we know if this beast is 4G LTE yet?  That will singlehandedly determine if I get a Bionic or not….

    • EC8CH

      Yes it’s 4G

    • Tony Allen

      It’s a thunderbolt successor, so yes, its 4G. Why on earth would a phone with specs like this be non-LTE?

      • Jikhead

        Since this is the successor, it should more than likely be 4G.  However, lots of folks are riding on the Droid HD being 4G, but I don’t think that that phone will be 4G.

        • Mctypething

          Why would VZ release any phone around the holidays that isn’t 4G? Seriously, how much longer do you think they can keep releasing high spec phones that don’t have 4G? Use some common sense.

        • EC8CH

          VZW needs LTE phones to get their customers to burn through those data caps and fork over overage charges.

          The days of high end phones like the HD being 3G are over (as evident buy their pass on the SGII).

  • EC8CH

    If VZW gets the Vigor, Prime, and HD out before Christmas… Santa’s gonna be a busy boy

    • Anonymous

      I like that way of thinking. 🙂

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