The Bottom Line: The HTC Evo 4G is easily Sprint's best smartphone and one of today's top Android devices. It also shows the promise of 4G, which will grow as Sprint's WiMax network expands, but until there's broader 4G coverage, it's hard to agree with the mandatory premium data add-on fee. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, WiMAX, CDMA2000 1X, With digital camera, 6.2 oz, 8 megapixels, 4.3 in
The Bottom Line: The 3D features are a fun addition, but it's the HTC Evo 3D's zippy performance and improved battery life that make this Android smartphone one of Sprint's best. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA/WiMax, Up to 450 min, With digital camera / digital player / FM radio, 5.9 oz, 5 megapixels, 4.3 in
The Bottom Line: The HTC Evo 4G LTE is a worthy successor to Sprint's Evo family, as long as you remember one important caveat: until Sprint gets its LTE network off the ground, the Evo 4G LTE won't actually run 4G -- it will be 3G-only at first. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, LTE, 4.7 oz, 4.7 in
The Bottom Line: For those who crave a physical keyboard, the HTC Evo Shift 4G is a solid choice with a more wallet-friendly price than its 4G competitors, and it doesn't sacrifice too many features. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA, WiMAX, Up to 360 min, With digital player / digital camera / FM radio, 4.6 oz, 5 megapixels, 3.7 in
The Bottom Line: Though the HTC Windows Phone 8X brings some needed OS freshness to Sprint, its sluggish processor and average display make it hard to recommend for anyone but committed Windows Phone 8 fans. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, 4.94 oz, 4.3 in
The Bottom Line: The HTC Evo Design 4G gives you a lot of smartphone for a good price--fast 4G speeds, a good camera, a strong processor, and a sophisticated design. It's an excellent choice for Sprint customers, except those who are specifically looking for a dual-core phone. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, 5.22 oz, 4 in
The Bottom Line: The HTC Arrive, Sprint's first Windows 7 phone, is a solid effort that largely delivers, although it will disappoint those looking for a 4G smartphone. Read review
Specs: Sprint PCS, WCDMA (UMTS) / GSM, With digital camera, 6.5 oz, 5 megapixels, 3.6 in
The Bottom Line: The Sprint Mogul by HTC brings some needed design and feature updates to its predecessor, and refreshes the carrier's staid lineup of smartphones. It has some performance issues, but is worth the upgrade. Read review
Specs: Sprint Nextel, CDMA2000 1X, 5.8 oz, 2 megapixels, 2.8 in
Specs: Sprint Nextel, WiMAX, CDMA2000 1X, With digital camera / digital player, 6.2 oz, 8 megapixels, 4.3 in
The Bottom Line: The HTC Touch Diamond for Sprint brings some nice additions and improvements over the unlocked GSM version--most notably to performance. It's best suited for first-time smartphone buyers or light users, while business customers should wait for the Touch Pro. Read review
Specs: Sprint PCS, Up to 252 min, With digital camera / digital player, 0.3 lbs
Specs: Sprint Nextel, 5.9 oz, 4.3 in
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