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I have an HTC Incredible, and I regret not buying the Thunderbolt. I should have waited a week or two and dropped the extra cash for the phone.

The Incredible 2 is global, but, do you really plan on going out of the country often enough to warrant it?

I believe the Thunderbolt's battery is fine as long as 4G isn't turned on 24/7, but someone could correct me if I'm wrong. I know I've seen someone at work with it late at night with no issues, so I'd assume the phone lasts a full day on a single charge.
 
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I have an HTC Incredible, and I regret not buying the Thunderbolt. I should have waited a week or two and dropped the extra cash for the phone.

The Incredible 2 is global, but, do you really plan on going out of the country often enough to warrant it?

I believe the Thunderbolt's battery is fine as long as 4G isn't turned on 24/7, but someone could correct me if I'm wrong. I know I've seen someone at work with it late at night with no issues, so I'd assume the phone lasts a full day on a single charge.
Hm, thanks for the info. I usually travel every summer and am probably going to the UK this summer so communication would be nice. I read an article on how to save battery on the Thunderbolt, turn off useless apps and radios.
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The only thing I see an issue with the Thunderbolt is that its sort of fat. I currently have the LG enV Touch and its basically a brick in your pocket and this looks like a weapon....

Is this just a standard with smartphones? The Incredible seems really thin.
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I'm not sure if this is new or upgrade but its a great price.

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