HTC Vivid Will Be Available with Ice Cream Sandwich
There is no doubt in the fact that the HTC Vivid is fantastic handset. But now, something more interesting is going to be appended in this device, which is why you will get it much better functionality. The handset will be launched now with Android 4.0 platform which is better known as Android Ice Cream Sandwich. Ice Cream Sandwich is a wonderful update of Android, which offers a lot of new things, or the old things with better functionality. In this OS, you find revamped Gmail as well as browser, the efficiency to unlock your handset with your face, a new multitasking system and amended speech-to-text features.
Apart from all this, Beats Audio software will also be added to the HTC Vivid. It will definitely make the sound better. According to some reviewers, the audio quality of HTC handsets is not good, but the Beat Audio will make a revolutionary improvement. If you have compatible headphones which you need to purchase separately, then only Beats Audio software works. For updating Vivid, you need to visit the official website of AT&T. You can either connect internet directly on your handset in order to get the update, or can download it in your PC and install it via data cable. Some other worldwide carriers may also provide this update which you may check from their websites.
Besides, the HTC Vivid comes equipped with various built-in high-end features. It has an 8 MP snapper with features like autofocus, dual-LED flash, geo-tagging and face detection. Moreover, it has both GPRS as well as Wi-Fi for connecting internet on the move. Several internet apps are found available in the gadget such as Google Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube, Google Talk and Picasa integration. Media player and stereo FM radio with RDS are the entertainment features which you get inside the handset.
For keeping the high amount of data, the Vivid comprises of 16 GB of internal memory plus a microSD card slot for adding more memory up to 32 GB. On the other hand, it has a standard Li-Ion 1620 mAh battery which delivers the talk time of 7 hours 40 minutes and the standby time of 288 hours. The gadget is a heavyweight device that comes with the weight of 176.9 grams and the dimensions of 128.8 x 67.1 x 11.2 mm. It has S-LCD capacitive touchscreen which displays up to 256K colours. It supports the display resolution of 540 x 960 pixels and the display size of 4.5 inches. For sure, the Ice Cream Sandwich update on the HTC Vivid will add cherry on the cake.
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