There's been a lot of speculation surrounding the HTC ThunderBolt and which features it will or won't support when it launches, possibly as soon as February 14th. Just a couple of days ago, we heard that the TBolt will be able to function as a hotspot for up to eight devices, except the feature wouldn't be available right at launch. Verizon has seemingly changed its mind, though, as the screenshot up above claims that the ThunderBolt will sport Mobile Hotspot at launch. The date in the image just so happens to be today, so it seems like a safe bet that the Bolt will launch with the hotspot ability in tow. That is, if Verizon doesn't change its mind again.
We've also heard a couple of times now that the ThunderBolt may support simultaneous voice and data (SVDO) over 3G. Some people have been a little hesitant to believe that the feature will actually be present on the Bolt when it lands, but since this newly-leaked document is the latest of many to claim that it will, I'd say that simultaneous voice and data seems like a pretty safe bet.
The rumor mill surrounding the ThunderBolt's features has been a bit like a roller coaster as of late, but it looks like we've finally settled on simultaneous voice and data and Mobile Hotspot at launch. 4G Skype video chat may still be out, but at least you can console yourself by tethering your computer and seven other devices to your TBolt. Now we just need to know when the thing is going to launch and how much it'll cost when it does. Maybe the next leak will have that information?