HTC EVO

HTC EVO Design 4G Review

The popular and iconic EVO brand has just added another member to the family this month and that is the new 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.

HTC EVO Gingerbread 2.3 build has just leaked

We have a little treat that just appeared. That treat is some Gingerbread cookies or some sort of Gingerbread. Yes you heard it right. Android 2.3 Gingerbread for the HTC EVO has just leaked. It has Sense UI and all, probably an insider source leak, so that is a good thing.

HTC EVO 3D design prevents kickstand, but we have you covered

If you are like us and saw the unveiling and showcase of the amazing looking HTC EVO 3D this week you are probably as excited as us about this device. A beast by any measure coming to Sprint soon. The link above mentions all the specs so I'll spare all of that other than mentioning that it will probably sell as many or more than it's younger brother. This story we bring you news about the kickstand everyone loved on the EVO 4G. Sadly it will not be present on the 3D.

EVO 3D and EVO View 4G Specs leaked

Specs for the HTC Evo 3D and Evo View 4G have been leaked before their much hyped unveiling at CTIA. The EVO 4G will run the 1.2 Ghz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, have a 4.3" qHD 3D display, dual rear facing 5 MP camera for recording full 1080p HD video, and a 1.3 MP front facing chat camera for video chat. The Evo 3D will support 4G/WiMax and will have a beefy 1730 mAh battery. The autostereoscopic 3D display will show images at 860 x 540 but will output 1080p via HDMI out, 720p for 3D video.

HTC Shooter Leaked via GLBenchmark, May be Dual-Core EVO 3D

First lets get out the way with what the EVO 3D is - last we heard of it, it was earlier this month and a couple of rather interesting coincidences pointed directly at a phone by that name being released on Sprint, quite possibly to be revealed officially at CTIA 2011, which incidentally, we will be at with bells on. So what are we looking at today? The lovely GLBenchmark, a place where people can self-report statistics they've retrieved using their GLBenchmark app, has just racked up a brand new device without he name HTC Shooter, and the folks at "Blog of Mobile" have decided that it's probably just the 3D phone we're looking for.

HTC EVO Shift 4G Now $89.99 on Amazon

Taking a lead from their other sale for the HTC Evo 4G, (which is not $99 from Amazon,) the online seller has reduced the price of the HTC EVO Shift 4G to $89.99, $10 cheaper than it's big brother. We've got a little bit of a review of the Shift if you'd like to take a look at it, then get over there and slap down a bill to buy it!

HTC Desire HD ROM Ported to Droid Incredible, Desire, and EVO 4G

Just a few days after the announcement of HTC Desire HD, we heard that the ROM has been extracted. Well we now have a followup of the happenings between then and now. The developers behind the extract have not got it ip and running on the HTC Desire as well as the Droid Incredible and EVO 4G. They are still not perfect, missing camera support, WiFi and 4G, but they are definitely a start.

HTC EVO 4G for Sprint with Android 2.2 Now Rooted

That didn't take long at all. Not that it should have, considering the amount of work being put into rooting all the Android devices out there. Well, maybe not all of them -- just the good ones, right? In any event, it's just become known that the EVO, manufactured by HTC and Sprint's first 4G device, has just been rooted. And that means that the official Android 2.2 build for the handset has been cracked, and super user permission is now permitted.

HTC EVO 4G’s Car Upgrade Kit Now Available for $59.99

It's been a little while now since the HTC EVO 4G launched for Sprint. Awhile enough for the phone to be a relative hit for the network, and to leave plenty of customers out there eagerly anticipating the "official" car dock for the device. Well, sure enough, today's the day that you can finally head into a Sprint store and get your hands on one.

Sprint HTC EVO’s 30 FPS Restraint Cured by Hack

The brand new HTC EVO as we now know is being set at 30 fps in both 2 and 3d models. The slow-down is noticeable in a lot of games even when some people said it didn't matter. But anyways most people are happy that a fix-up is on the way.