By Anton D. Nagy | March 1, 2011 7:33 AM
An HTC Thunderbolt-only version of the Verizon Navigator has surfaced in the Android Market — actually it’s been there since February 25, 2011 — while the device itself is yet nowhere to be seen.
The application brings premium voice navigation and 3D maps with traffic-aware routing and spoken incident alerts to the upcoming smartphone, for a total of $2.99 per day, $4.99 per week or $9.99 per month. Without actually having an official launch date or promise, the Thunderbolt has been subject to many launch rumors: February 24 and 28 can be written off. We’re left with March 4 and March 10. Could it come this week?