HTC EVO 4G in White Sold Exclusively by Best Buy [Update]

If you're a fan of the EVO 4G by HTC, but you thought that black color was just too run-of-the-mill, then you can count yourself today justified for your lack of a purchase. Today, thanks to an anonymous tipster sending an image into Engadget, we can see that HTC did in fact make a white version (there had been grumblings, but no confirmations). But, there's a catch -- there always is, right?

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 for Sprint Reviewed by All Things D

You know there's a new gadget hitting the market when all sorts of sites, all over the Internet, start releasing reviews. And, sure enough, the HTC EVO 4G is no exception. The legendary Walter Mossberg has had his hands on the 3G/WiMax handset for about a week now, and his review reflects his tests with the device in two different cities. However, while he does a good job of outlining why people would want the phone, he seems to focus on one thing, and one thing only: the battery.

Sprint HTC EVO 4G Hitting Shelves June 4th for $199

If you were waiting for some official wording from Sprint about the HTC EVO 4G's release date, today's the day you've been waiting for. Sprint held their EVO event tonight, and they spilled the beans on a lot of the handset's functionality, which included some demonstrations at the event of features that the majority of people are waiting for. Like video calling.

HTC EVO 4G Pass Through the FCC, WiMAX and all

The FCC filing for HTC model PC36100 is rumored to be none other than the HTC EVO 4G. This device passed through with 2500MHz band alongside the standard set of CDMA bands with EV-DO. So unless HTC has another 4G device headed to Sprint or Clearwire (which is possible), this has to be the EVO.

Sprint HTC EVO 4G up for preorder later this month

It seems the wait for the Sprint 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]

Sprint SDK for HTC EVO 4G teaches devs to use front video cam, HDMI, more

In among the WiMAX excitement, the 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.

HTC EVO 4G Gets a Little Hands-On Video Time

Seeing the HTC manufactured EVO 4G in still-frame isn't good enough. You need to see it's glowing, monstrous screen in action. One look at that keyboard is enough to make anyone get all jittery on the inside, with unadulterated anticipation. We know that's not just us. So, after you've read over the official announcement a few times, and taken in all the specifications, come back over here and watch the glorious video. It's well worth it.
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