4G LTE Smartphone loaded with entertainment features
HTC EVO 4G LTE sports a 4.7” Capacitive Touch screen with IPS technology which supports 720X1280 pixels of HD Resolution. For safety, it is protected with corning Gorilla Glass.
It runs on Android 4.0 ICS with HTC SENSE, which can be upgraded to the latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. Beneath, It is powered by 1.5 GHz Dual Core Snapdragon Qualcomm Processor with 1GB RAM.
HTC EVO 4G LTE has an 8MP Rear Camera with CMOS lenses having Auto Focus feature and LED Flash which gives shutterbugs a reason to smile. Adding to which it also has a 1.3MP Front Camera again with CMOS lenses. The Rear Camera is Capable of making Full HD Videos at 30fps.
This device comes with 16GB of internal storage capacity which can be expanded upto 32GB using a microSD card.
HTC EVO 4G LTE Connectivity options includes a 4G Network for meeting your connections at Supersonic speed. Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, 3.5mm Jack, micro USB port comes as standard features to this phone.
HTC EVO 4G LTE is a Sony Playstation certified mobile which supports PS games. So it’s gonna catch the attraction of mobile gamers. Its Superfine camera clicks pics in fraction of a second and its LED flash and Auto focus function makes it a good option for shutterbugs. It is a must buy for those who want to experience the pleasure of advanced multitasking features powered by Dual core processor.
The Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE is a great phone on a less-than-great network. There. We said it. That's not an easy way to start a review of a phone. Nor is it necessarily fun for us to say. It's simply the way it is. This should come as no surprise to Sprint aficionados. Heck, it pretty much mirrors what we just wrote about the Sprint Galaxy Nexus. Great phone, so long as you don't need speedy mobile data. That's going to change in the next month or ...
Pros: Excellent hardware, with a fast processor, good battery life and a gorgeous display, as we've come to expect from HTC in recent months. The camera's quality as well, and Sprint's done well to not mess with HTC's implementation of Sense 4, including laying
Cons: As of the time of this writing, Sprint's LTE network remains dark, and its current 3G network remains slow for many. That's not the phone's fault, but it's the world in which it currently lives. That'll change, of course -- it's just a matter of how soon.
Verdict: The EVO 4G LTE is every bit as good as we've expected it to be. Sure, it looks different than the HTC One X, which essentially is a fraternal twin. But it's also gained expandable storage, which is a big feature for many folks. Once Sprint has its ne...