HTC EVO 4G Gets reviewed and is as Good as it looks
Only a couple of days before Sprint goes live with the first smartphone capable of running on a 4G network and that is of course the much talked about HTC EVO 4G, which is doing rather well in the popularity stakes according to (here).
Anyway the guys over at Intomobile have had an HTC EVO 4G in their mitts for a while and have now given the device a seriously lengthy in-depth review which covers just about everything you want to know on this new 4G smartphone.
I’ll just hand out the basics here and let you nip over to Intomobile for the full review, but make sure you come back and let us know what you think by dropping us a comment. Anyway here are the basics of their HTC EVO 4G review…
On the upside, the HTC EVO 4G has a large 4.3 inch capacitive touch screen, 4G speed, mobile hotspot feature, multitouch support, HDMI out, and integrated kickstand, and those red accents. On the downside, the HTC EVO 4G has bad battery life, a non standard HDMI port, no simultaneous voice and data in 3G only zones, and the microSD is under the battery.
Overall though the guys reckon the HTC EVO 4G is the type of Android handset that will still garner attention after the launch of the next generation iPhone, due to the device’s “badass-ness.” You can also view an HTC EVO 4G unboxing and first impressions video by heading on down below…enjoy.