I played around with both the Droid Bionic and the Motorola Razr. It's time to upgrade my smartphone, and I narrowed my choice down to either, the Bionic or the Razr.
That is, until I played with the HTC Rezound. This phone is GORGEOUS!
It boasts a 1.5 gHZ processor, more than the Bionic and Razr, and the same 720p HD. CNET has this review of the device, which is pretty flattering.
CNET calls the phone "beefy," although I felt it was less bulkier than the Bionic and the Razr. This is a solid device, which I felt comfortable handling, as opposed to the Razr, which felt like it would break the minute I sat down in my "too tight jeans."
The Verizon salesman (so take this for what it's worth) stated that the Rezound will be one of the first Verizon phones to receive the Ice Cream Sandwich update, beginning early 2012.
I fully agree with CNET's conclusion regarding the device:
The HTC Rezound definitely holds its own against the other two Android superphones from Verizon. It has an amazing HD display, an impressive 1.5GHz dual-core processor, 4G LTE speeds, a great camera, and plenty of multimedia features, and it ships with a nice pair of earbuds even if they don't seem the most durable. The Beats Audio software does boost the sound quality, but we're not sure if that should be the sole reason for purchasing the Rezound. We're also suspicious of its battery life, and its hefty build might put off those who want a slimmer handset. Yet, its powerful features and unique design could be enough for you to drop $299.99 after a two-year agreement for it.