There is a lot of excitement surrounding the HTC Vigor, a device that is thought to be the successor to the HTC ThunderBolt, a device that might even arrive with the HTC ThunderBolt 2 name. And while we still don’t know exactly when the Vigor is going to arrive, we have a good idea what kind of specifications it has. However, one thing has eluded us thus far. Its battery size. But if an accessory listing on Amazon is to be believed, we should see a fairly large battery when the Vigor arrives.
You see, the Vigor is going to be a 4G LTE device on Verizon’s network. And 4G LTE devices need big batteries. Ask any HTC ThunderBolt or Samsung Droid Charge owner and they’ll talk your ear off about the battery life on both devices. It’s not good. So, those interested in the Vigor have been hoping that HTC takes care of this problem and pairs the device’s awesome specs with a good sized battery.
The accessory page lists a 1,620 mAh battery which isn’t a huge leap but is still much better than the battery found in the original ThunderBolt. Now, keep in mind, it’s possible that HTC might put something bigger (or smaller) inside the Vigor but as of right now, this is our best lead.
Let’s just hope that it gives owners better performance than the original.
The HTC Vigor is expected to have a 4.3″ 720p HD screen with 1280×720 resolution, a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage, 8MP rear cam, 2MP front, Android 2.3.4, a new version of HTC Sense dubbed Sense 3.3, Beats Audio technology.
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