HTC Evo 4G, First Android 4G Smartphone by Sprint

by on March 25, 2010
in Android, Gadgets

sprint-evo-4g-1 The phone everyone was waiting for has arrived. Sprint in collaboration with HTC announced the first ever 4G phone, HTC Evo 4G, which will be available this summer. The phone features a 4.3-inch display and runs on Android 2.1 OS.

HTC Evo 4G comes with a QSD8650 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 1GB built-in memory and 512MB RAM, 8 megapixels camera with the capability of 720p video, HDMI port. Other features include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 1GB of internal memory, Assisted-GPS with Sprint Navigation, seven home screens, a personal organizer, a microSD card slot that accommodates cards up to 32GB, Google apps, Sprint TV, messaging, Flash 10.1 enabled browser and Outlook Exchange support for contacts and e-mail.


Looks like this phone has every feature one person can think of. However, it has almost the same look as HTC HD2 but with a different OS. The best new feature in the phone is that it can also acts as a Mobile Wi-Fi hotspot.

Engadget has posted some hand-on images and videos of Sprint HTC Evo 4G.

There is no news about the pricing yet, but one thing is for sure, the phone will be available in summers. However, you can pre-register at Sprint’s website to know more about the availability of the phone.

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