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[Video] Hands-On with the HTC Amaze

Steven Blum
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Yesterday, T-Mobile announced the HTC Amaze 4G (previously known as the HTC Ruby) – a 4.3-inch powerhouse running on T-Mobile's new HSPA+ 42Mbps 4G network. Not only will the phone be one of the first to run on T-Mobile's new network, it'll also come packing with impressive, and still quite rare, features like an NFC reader (the only other phone with NFC is the Nexus S) and a great new camera.

While HTC's MyTouch 4G Slide was touted as the best camera phone on the market, the HTC Amaze ups the ante with two new camera feature – including something called SmartShot, which takes five shots in rapid succsssion, bringing the best elements of each to compose one photo — and PerfectPics, a gallery that takes the top 10 percent most technically outstanding photos from your camera roll and automatically combines them in a seperate album.

Wondering what these new features look like in action? Check out the video below for more:

Thinking of buying an HTC Amaze? Let us know!

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  • Jean M. Sep 28, 2011 Link

    I do dig the camera I have to admit I really do

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    Christopher Silva Sep 28, 2011 Link

    Looks nice. But to say it is the best camera on a mobile phone is a bit dramatic. Sadly,the best camera on a mobile phone I have seen is on the Nokia.

    For Android, I like the camera on the Galaxy S2. Let's see if HTC is better.

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