HTC EVO 4G Screen Undergoes Scratch Test, Manages to Survive

When you've got a phone that, for all intents and purposes, is pretty much a giant screen, there's something in the back of your head that's got to constantly worry about scratching it. You wouldn't want anything to happen to that beautiful piece of gadgetry, now would you? Well, lucky for the rest of us, who might forget a penny or two in the same pocket we put our device in, it looks like the EVO 4G from Sprint can take quite a beating. Or, scratching, to be more accurate.

Sprint Probably Didn’t Sell As Many EVO’s As We Thought

Sprint has released a statement today in regards to the sales figures of the EVO. Apparently they made a mistake when they said the EVO has sold twice as many as the Pre and Instinct combined on their release day. What they meant to say was the EVO sales was “in line” with sales of the aforementioned handsets.

HTC EVO 4G Sold-Out Everywhere?

If you haven’t been lucky enough to get your hands on the EVO 4G you may have missed your opportunity. The HTC EVO 4G is now sold out in almost every location. After reports of record sales on this handset, this was imminent. There could be a long wait for more shipments to arrive.

Battery Tips from Sprint To Maximize Life On The EVO 4G

One of the few gripes people is having with the new EVO 4G is short battery life. While on 4G and medium to heavy usage, I’ve seen the 4G go from fully charged to almost dead in 4-5 hours. This is unacceptable for today Smartphone’s. It should last at least 8 hours or more if you’re not a heavy user.

HTC EVO 4G arrives at Sprint today

You've seen the review, you've read the user guide; now it's time to own the phone itself.  Sprint's EVO 4G is up for sale online and - in a matter of hours - in-store, offering the US' first WiMAX smartphone. Priced at $199.99 - after a $150 online discount and a $100 mail-in rebate - with a new two-year agreement, the EVO 4G has a vast 4.3-inch WVGA display, HTC Sense, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, WiFi, WiMAX and GPS.  It's running Android 2.1 at present, though there's already a Froyo hack in the wild. So, anybody tempted?

HTC EVO 4G User Manual Available

Just 1 more day until you’ll be able to walk into a Sprint, Best Buy or radio Shack and pick up an EVO. If you can wait that long this user’s manual may help tide you over until then. 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 selling HTC EVO 4G for $199.99, $299.99 and $549.99?

HTC has just opened an HTC EVO 4G order site. You can purchase you EVO directly from HTC and there are 3 different price rates to choose from. If you’re a new customer and would like to sign up for the lowest upfront cost, you can order the EVO with a new 2 year agreement for $199. If you’re a current customer and would like to extend your contract you can have it for $299. And the best offer out of the three is to buy it outright, for $549 this can be yours with no contract.

HTC EVO 4G Teardown

Maybe I’m a bit odd but I love seeing a good teardown of popular handsets. Especially when it’s caught on video and at the end it gets reassembled and it still boots up. Hate to be a biz kill but there’s no video for this one, it’s just a good ole teardown of the HTC EVO 4G.

Is The HTC EVO 4G Plagued With Storage Problems?

Over the past couple of days there have been numerous reports from various sources that says the HTC EVO 4G has a problem with the included 8GB SD card. The problem happens randomly and a reboot is a temporary remedy. For seemingly no reason at all the phone doesn’t recognize the card and therefore could stop the handset from functioning like it normally does.
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