Tagged: EVO 4G
Sprint support site for the EVO is now live and you can go there now and view the user manual and the getting started guide.
HTC EVO 4G may soon be over, with The Shack's employee website excitedly telling staff that the pre-orders for the WiMAX-packing smartphone will begin later this month. The leaked screenshot confirms that the EVO 4G is "coming soon", but fails to mention pricing or service plans for the much-anticipated handset. The HTC EVO 4G has the same 4.3-inch WVGA display as the HTC HD2, but pairs it with Android 2.1 together with HTC Sense, an 8-megapixel camera and Qualcomm's 1GHz Snapdragon processor. There's also HDMI connectivity, EVDO Rev.A support for when you're not in a WiMAX service area, and the ability to turn the handset into a MiFi-style portable hotspot. Going by previous leaks, the EVO 4G is tipped to land at just $199.99. For more details, check out our hands-on report from the EVO 4G launch. Sprint HTC EVO 4G hands-on: [vms 77a97fc38f3421614151]
HTC EVO 4G, which is the first 4G Android device. There is also a picture of another Android that is also headed their way, the Motorola i1. This is purely eye candy but the real news comes after the break.
HTC EVO 4G's front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera perhaps didn't get the fanfare it deserves. A first for an Android device, the camera paves the way for video calls; problem is, Android as it stands isn't video call friendly. Happily Sprint - a member of the OHA, as they'll happily remind you - is stepping up with a new 4G developer guide intended to show Android devs how to deal with the EVO 4G's hardware capabilities.