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    Default antenna and battery issues.

    I love everything about this phone. I hate that I have to be attached to a umbilical cord being the under powered non-removable battery. I could get a power bank witch makes it another device to worry and carry about.
    I do like the sleek, ultra thin design and durability of a aluminum uni body frame I wonder if it could be a awesome 2 piece design that's a little thicker that can make the battery removable and contain a bigger more powerful battery.

    Has anyone put a case or a screen protector on it?? I'm wondering if a barrier would really impact signal. Just gripping it I loose 2 bars on my carrier signal and wifi.
    I get, "Tab Limit reached, Can't open a new tab until you close one," One I 'm using the htc browser after I just click on link. On my Optimus V when I clicked a link and had a app for the link that I just clicked it was pull up a "Open With" to choose what app to open the link. All I get now is your HTC browser then I click on another link and get tab limit reached.

    I think this phone has the fine goods but with a little help it would be the best kick *** phone out there. I do enjoy the snaptastic responsive no laggy camera lens. I'm just a basic click and shoot level of a photographer but with HTC I am learning alot about taking good pictures. Love the free 25 GiG dropbox.

    HTC Evo 4 is a little thicker but as the 4.3 inch screen and WIIMAX. Not sure if the battery is removable either but the specs are closely comparable.
    I upgraded could make some money on this phone but I got such a good deal that I want to keep it. and this is a lovely phone.
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    Default Re: antenna and battery issues.

    Have you updated your device recently.
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    Default Re: antenna and battery issues.

    yes my phone is up to date. droid version 4.0.3 HTC Sense version 4.0 HTC SDK API 4.21. I am gonna switch to the Evo V with a dual core cpu wifi max 4.3 inch screen. Got 3D options and is a 4G LTE compatible. The battery is removable and has a 4 buttons vs 3. I do like th recent tabs button but I'm sure thats available on the Evo V.
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    Default Re: antenna and battery issues.

    The antenna is on the door on the bottom of the phone. I thought the instructions said to hold the phone anywhere but there.
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    Default Re: antenna and battery issues.

    It does. It hurts the signal strenght pretty bad espcially when u grip it. I hold it from the center I haven't tested it with a case I'm sure a barrier would hold back a bar on the signal or wifi. Also the palm probalky hurts it to

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