Ice Cream Sandwich. You won't get Sense UI 4.0 like the HTC One line of phones, but the upgrade should still be rather exciting.
Tagged: EVO Design 4G
Ice Cream Sandwich, confirming that the new HTC Vivid along with most of the company's other recent high-end devices will get Android 4.0. According to HTC, the Sensation, Sensation XL and Sensation XE will all get ICS upgrades, along with the HTC Rezound, HTC EVO 3D, HTC EVO Design 4G and HTC Amaze 4G.
HTC EVO Design 4G. Being the second smallest to carry the title while staying right in the middle with its specifications it should make most users plenty happy. It may not be as large as the big guns like the original EVO but it sure handles its own quite well, not to mention it should only run you a crispy $100 dollar bill. Below we'll show you a few pictures and our hands-on video and let you decide for yourself if this is the next phone for you.
massive Verizon sale earlier this month, the Wireless store at Amazon is selling the brand-new HTC EVO Design 4G for just thirty bones - a savings of $70 on the retail version. Of course, to get this rock-bottom price you'll have to sign up for a new two-year service agreement. The phone's already back-ordered, so you might want to get an order in soon.
EVO 3D or its dual cameras then we may have the perfect phone for you -- the HTC EVO Design 4G. Leaked more than a few times, including press images, HTC officially announced the new EVO Design 4G just last week. Today we have the phone in all its glory to show our readers and let you decide if its worthy of the EVO title, so check out our pictures and hands-on video after the break.
HTC EVO Design 4G is a 4-inch Gingerbread phone packing WiMAX and world phone capabilities. The phone runs on a 1.2GHz Snapdragon processor, which combined with 768MB of RAM should be able to handle the 960 x 540 qHD screen nicely. The EVO Design 4G earns its name from its unibody aluminum construction, a trait it shares with some of HTC's slickest handsets like the Sensation. The press release mentions .47 inch (11.9mm) depth, about on par with other 4-inch smartphones, and considerably thinner than most WiMAX handsets. Some sacrifices had to be made - the 5 megapixel rear camera is midrange, and the 1520 mAh battery will likely take a beating when using the faster connection standard. HTC Sense 3.5, Watch DLNA certification and a 3G/4G mobile hotspot are included. Other features include the basic WiFi/Bluetooth/GPS combination, and the phone includes an 8GB MicroSD card, though internal storage is currently a mystery. The phone will go on sale this Sunday, October 23rd for $99 on a two-year contract, less $50 for the mail-in rebate. The pricing and size makes the HTC EVO Design 4G a suitable replacement for the EVO Shift 4G, so expect that phone to be discounted soon enough. [via SlashGear]
unlimited data of course. Most of the details have already leaked so now we are basically waiting for an announcement and to hear when it will hit the streets on the Now Network in yellow.
Motorola Electrify and now it is being pictured with the HTC Hero S, confirming it's headed to the market soon. Originally known and leaked as the HTC Kingdom, we now know this will most likely hit carriers any time now.
HTC Sense 3.5 screencaps from a few days ago have now got a video out showing off the newest version of the system in full action. This is a full five minute tour of what they're saying is HTC Sense 3.5 UI, looking not just a whole heck of a lot different from Sense 3.0, the version seen on the newest HTC devices, specifically the HTC Sensation, a rather lovely device if I may say so myself. Transitions have been smoothed out, details have been sharpened, and the whole thing looks just a tiny bit neater - shine and gleam all around.