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Sprint's exclusive large-screen HTC phone has decent enough specs and fast data capabilities, but it lacks the spark of other flagship phones.
Sprint snagged the HTC Bolt, which costs $600 and runs on its new super fast LTE-A network.
It's a phone with a 5.5-inch screen and USB-C charging -- and no audio jack.
That means you're plugging in headphones through USB-C or buying an adaptor. Or, you could always go the wireless route.
There's a 16-megapixel camera on the back, and an 8-megapixel shooter up front.
I really like the controls along the camera's top edge.
You can jump into a Pro mode to shoot raw images and fine-tune settings for your shot.
The angles and edges in this flat handset make it less pleasant to hold than other phones.
A matte black finish helps cut down on the grossest of smudges.
The Bolt runs Android 7.0 Nougat.
It's a big phone for most pockets.
Check out everything that's good and bad about Sprint's new HTC Bolt in my hands-on impressions.
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