Slightly unusual design and two color choices, white or black, Good screen, Responsive and easy to use, Great camera.
Potent processor and hardware, Great camera, Extra recording button is odd, but useful, HTC promises quick Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) upgrade, HTC Sense is great for first-time smartphone users
Excellent 8megapixel camera, Solid, attractive design, Big, bright, crisp display.
Great design, solid build, super fast data and processor, gorgeous display, HTC's best camera to date
Fast, Beautiful, high-res screen, Solid HSPA+ 42 speeds, Terrific Web performance, Excellent camera features.
Great camera, Fast processor, Great interface.
The HTC Amaze 4G features a premium chassis, a sharp Super LCD touch screen, and a dual-core processor. It's equipped with an 8-megapixel camera with a number of advanced shooting modes and settings. T-Mobile's HSPA+ 42 speeds were impressive.
Voice quality is good, but not great, Battery life is slightly disappointing
Strange design, Mediocre battery life, 4.3-inch screen may be too large for some, LCD screen cannot match the color of AMOLED, Camera can get a little hyper
Heavier than most phones, Pricey, Images (click to enlarge)
Large and heavy, Sense UI starting to feel intrusive, voice call hiss
Expensive, Heavy, HDMI out requires an adapter.
Big and heavy, Some issues with lowlight shots, Casing and screen take fingerprints and dirt
The smartphone is heavy and expensive. The camera still struggled in low-light environments.
By G4tv.com on January 20, 2012
Video Review: The HTC Amaze 4G from T-Mobile offers the most advanced camera on a smartphone with its 1080p HD video recording, SmartShot to create the perfect photo and more. Candace Bailey and Kevin Pereira review the Amaze to see how well these...60
By CellPhoneQuick on December 14, 2011
It’s a capable device, but the only real feature that sets it apart is the superior camera. It’s the perfect phone for shutterbugs, but perhaps not for those looking for the absolute latest bleeding-edge smartphone. Its marginal performance...-
By Digital Trends on November 11, 2011
While we're not sure it's actually worth $60 more than any other dual-core phone, the HTC Amaze 4G holds its own and excels when it comes to taking pictures and...80
By PCWorld on November 09, 2011
If you’re ready to ditch your standalone camera, the HTC Amaze is a solid choice. But the camera isn’t the only standout feature of the Amaze: From its slick design to its fast performance and dazzling display, the Amaze is all-around good...70
By MobileBurn on October 27, 2011
Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. The HTC Amaze 4G is the one of the latest batch of super high-performance Android smartphones to hit T-Mobile USA. It features a large, qHD resolution touchscreen display, a dual-core 1.5GHz Snapdragon S3...88
By Android Central on October 26, 2011
A great phone, for sure -- but is it amazing?A couple weeks into using the HTC Amaze 4G on T-Mobile, we've pretty much decided the most amazing thing about the device isn't the hardware, which of course is stellar. It's not the software,...-
By GSMArena on October 18, 2011
Amazing build quality, premium materials, nicely performing camera, speedy CPU and network connectivity – there’s a lot to like in the HTC Amaze 4G. Its name appears to be well justified. We did however find the battery life to be less than...-
By Phone Scoop on October 17, 2011
The Amaze 4G is well-named. It knocks almost every feature out of the park. Save for the crummy voice call quality and average battery life, it is superior than most of its stablemates on T-Mobile's retail shelves. The display looks great, the...-
By BrightHub on October 17, 2011
Overall the Amaze ranks in as a 'Good' smartphone. While the smartphone does live up to its name, it still doesn't seem to have everything to really push it to the next level. The phone is a little bit on the hefty side, the display does...80
By Engadget on October 15, 2011
So, does HTC's new flagship manage to live up to our high expectations and its hyperbolically named state of awe? We'll put it this way: a better moniker for this girthy handset would've been the Kind of Awesome 4G. As a daily driver, the...-