HTC EVO 4G LTE, the CDMA version of the One X, landed with a splash last week. We'll have to wait until May at least to get our hands on the final version, but in the meantime, HTC has taken to YouTube to show off some of the design work that went into the unique metal housing and kickstand. The nearly five-minute video gives a pretty good insight into the process of designing a new smartphone, so if you've ever wonder why this seam is here, or that notch is there, it's a worthy watch. Also: kickstands. Hooray for kickstands!
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HTC EVO 4G, and I'm sure plenty expected it for the Kyocera Echo but today both of these Android smartphones have hit EOL (End of Life). Obviously the EVO 4G lasted much longer than the other and its reign has lasted a long time. Being the first 4.3" Android phone powered by 4G it was a sure hit and I still see the EVO 4G more than most to this day.
check out this video. Thanks to a leaked RUU of the HTC Bliss running with the new HTC Sense UI 3.5 developers are starting to port the awesome UI to all the popular phones. The HTC EVO 4G being one of the biggest HTC devices it was only natural it would be one of the first. We have a full video and all the details below.
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known for doing these sorts of deals so this shouldn't be all that new to anyone. Wirefly adds phones to the list of FREE devices almost every week and in case you miss them, I'm here to remind you. Last week they had the Thunderbolt for $99, and this week they have some top-tier phones all for free and they include: HTC EVO 4G, Motorola Droid X, Droid 2 Global and more.
HTC EVO 4G+, a new 4.3-inch qHD dual-core Android smartphone that's basically the company's latest Sensation variant. While ostensibly a WiBro Android smartphone for the Korean market, there's a fair chance that the EVO 4G+ could get a US launch on WiMAX networks. Like the Sensation, there's a dual-core 1.2GHz processor, 1GB of internal storage and an 8-megapixel main camera with autofocus and a dual-LED flash, capable of recording 1080p HD video. Up front is a 1.3-megapixel camera, and there's MHL HDMI support for the USB 2.0 connection. HTC also throws in GPS, Bluetooth 3.0, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a microSD card slot. Connectivity includes both HSPA/WCDMA and WiMAX (WiBro) support, along with quadband GSM/EDGE. There's HTC's Sense UI on top of Android, complete with HTC Watch for renting or purchasing video content, DLNA wireless streaming, stereo speakers and more. No word on when it will launch in Korea, nor indeed when it might make it to North America. [Thanks to everyone who sent this in!]
update today to fix many of the issues caused by the previous one. If you aren't the proud owner of an EVO though, and are looking for a deal, you can grab it now from Amazon or Wirefly for just a penny, or free respectively on a new 2 year contract. It may not be cutting edge anymore, but when people scramble for a 2 year old iPhone for $49.99, this is a great deal.