HTC Evo 4G - black (Sprint)
Manufacturer: HTC Part number: APA9292KT
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- 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.
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CNET editors' review
price range: $73.99 - $90.00
- Reviewed by: Bonnie Cha
- Reviewed on: 05/19/2010
- Released on: 06/04/2010
The good: The HTC Evo 4G delivered respectable 4G speeds, and the mobile hot-spot feature lets you connect up to eight devices. The smartphone has a front-facing camera for video chats and also comes with an 8-megapixel camera with HD-video-recording capabilities. The Evo ships with YouTube's HQ video player, Android 2.1 with HTC Sense, and an HDMI port. Other highlights include an extra-large 4.3-inch touch screen and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
The bad: Sprint's 4G network is limited at this time, making the mandatory $10 premium data add-on tough to swallow for anyone outside of the coverage area. The Evo lacks support for Bluetooth voice-activated dialing. The battery drains quickly with 4G.
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.
Five stars for this phone!
by egsix on June 6, 2010
Pros: I have never had a phone this fast! Websites appear perfect on the browser and way better than iPhone. I am getting used to the Andriod OS, so far I love it and all the widgets. The screen is just awesome. Oh navigation with voice and turn by turn!
Cons: The camera lense is not flush so it may scratch easily.
Summary: First off I must say I have been an iPhone 3G user for 2 years and I love my iPhone (hate AT&T). Since I got this EVO two ...
Summary: First off I must say I have been an iPhone 3G user for 2 years and I love my iPhone (hate AT&T). Since I got this EVO two days ago all I been doing is comparing it to the iPhone. At first, I didn't really like the EVO and didn't like the Andriod OS. Now after two days all I can say is WOW, the EVO rocks! This phone is super fast. The Internet browser is way better than iPhone and it supports flash. I am really starting to like the Andriod OS. It has so many features that it makes the iPhone OS look boring now. I love the widgets. This phone is so fast sometimes I open apps by mistake just because of a slight touch. The Andriod Market downloads are fast as well. I'm so glad I switched from the iPhone 3G. Whoever says this phone doesn't compare to an iPhone is seriously mistaken. Take it from a happy iPhone user to a now Happier EVO user!
6 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best Device I've Owned
by ethan pelton on June 4, 2010
Pros: Screen is artwork. Crazy fast. Android Apps. Camara Zoom, facial recognition, auto focus. Front camara. Shoot HD video and hook it up to your HD tv!! Elegant sense interface. The phone is amazing.
Cons: Sprint coverage in Nashville seems spotty, but I've only had the phone for 1 day. Kick stand is cool, but the phone is a little wobbly and you can only lean it at one level. Minor complaint.
Summary: There was the iPhone. Then the Droid was the best, then the Nexus One, then the HD2 and the Incredible (told my boss to get that one), but this is ...
Summary: There was the iPhone. Then the Droid was the best, then the Nexus One, then the HD2 and the Incredible (told my boss to get that one), but this is a massive step into a new era. Its like comparing standard def TV's to the first HD TV. The HD2 come's close at first glance because the screen is the same (huge and crystal clear), but the features of the Evo push it beyond what phones used to be. I'm gushing, but the phone really is nice. The speed, screen size, screen clarity, features, and smooth, fluid, elegant Sense UI make it obvious why this won the CNET Editors Choice Award.
6 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
Buy this phone if your area has 4G and you hate iTunes!
by gregorm123 on June 10, 2010
Pros: 4G! - music storage (you no longer have to deal with iTunes), hotspot, good camera and video, Sense supports virtually every full version web page for browsing, touch screen works great, awesome display, large selection of apps to choose from
Cons: You need to manage power savings options to preserve battery life, but what do you expect for a phone that can do so much?
Summary: This phone literally does everything and at seamless speeds provided you have access to 4G. I live in Houston, so I am privy to 4G access, and yes there is ...
Summary: This phone literally does everything and at seamless speeds provided you have access to 4G. I live in Houston, so I am privy to 4G access, and yes there is a huge difference between 3G and 4G. The only times I can't access 4G is if I'm buried in a building with multiple floors, which for me is rare.
If your area doesn't offer 4G, you might want to hold off, because the 4G is what ties all the features of this phone together. I got rid of my land line high speed internet provider (roadrunner) in lieu of the 3G/4G Sprint Wireless Aircard a few months ago, so this isn't my first rodeo with 4G. I was skeptical that "tethering" the phone would work as well as the aircard, but I can assure you it does.
The cons being written are ridiculous. The two that I keep reading are battery life and the mandatory $10 premium. The battery life gripe is somewhat legitimate, but you've got to factor in practical limitations here. Batteries this small and light simply do not exist that can power all of these functions for extended periods. It's just a fact. Any phone manufacture packing all this features into a portable phone this small (relatively speaking) will have the same issue.
Anyways, on a fully charged battery, I ran practically every function on the phone for 10 hours straight before the low battery warning came on. The next day, I toggled off functions when I wasn't using them and I still had half a charge after 10 hours. If you get this phone, I'd recommend getting a car charger and get used to plugging it in every time you get in the car as well as tethering it to your computer whenever your using it. If you do that, you'll easily be able to get through the day without the batter dying no matter how much you use it.
$10 data premium - Look, Sprint is hands down the cheapest service provider for smart phones. For 98% of the public, the 69.99 plan (450 anytime minutes with unlimited mobile to mobile (Regardless of the provider!) and unlimited data will be more than sufficient. The extra $10 brings it to 79.99 and still much cheaper than it's competitors. If you want the hotspot feature, it's an extra 29.99. Yes, that's starting to get expensive, but if your like me, I can justify that cost because 4G allowed me to get rid of Roadrunner, which costs the exact same, yet I now have the extra benefit of being completely mobile. It's a win-win situation for me.
Bottom line is this service fits all of my internet and mobile service needs. If you download movies or use internet gaming functions (X-box live, etc.) you can't do what I've done. But if you just need basic surfing and emailing capabilities you should do what I have done.
As for the phone itself, there's really nothing that isn't great about it. The one thing I love is that I finally don't have to deal with iTunes. You can just drag and drop mp3 files onto the 8GB micro SD card. The touchscreen and intuitiveness of the software is better than the iPhone in my opinion. I really like the extra "home row" buttons. It will take you a few hours to get used to it all though, but once you figure it out, you'll really enjoy it.
The camera and video are better than anything I've ever seen on a smartphone. It's not perfect and depending on the lighting, it has a hard time staying in focus, but overall, it's a big step up from the blackberry Curve 8330 camera I've been used to. Basically, it'll get the job done for the everyday amatuer photo/video taking needs, but you might have to take 2 or 3 pictures until you get one in focus.
Google Maps Navigation is a great tool. It's easy to search, and you don't have to have the address. I've searched the names for some "mom and pop" type businesses, and the software was able to find them. I was very impressed. The turn by turn voice prompt isn't sounds like a computer is talking to you, but at least you can understand it, and it is extremely accurate and timely.
Bottom-line is this phone does everything well. I've yet to run into any glitches or have the phone freeze up on me. I'm confident this phone will not be overshadowed by any other phone on the market anytime soon including the new iPhone. Therefore, it's a good investment and an essential one if you live in a 4G area. Apples to apples, Sprint is more affordable for all the services you get and has a very reliable network infrastructure.
7 out of 9 users found this user opinion helpful.
The Evo,the First 4G phone truly sets the bar
by indiantechie on October 23, 2010
Pros: The Screen,The Large Size and amazing Screen Real-Estate,and Beautiful,the really Fast Processor,The 8mp Camera(with dual flash), THE LEGENDARY KICKSTAND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Cons: The Screen, The Size,for some strange reason i can't think of anything else, maybe because this phone rules
Summary: With a large beautiful screen with lots of real estate, 4G, a amazing processor, a 8mp Camera, and of course THE LEGENDARY KICKSTAND!!!!!!, theres no reason to not love this ...
Summary: With a large beautiful screen with lots of real estate, 4G, a amazing processor, a 8mp Camera, and of course THE LEGENDARY KICKSTAND!!!!!!, theres no reason to not love this phone, there are however a few things while the amazingly large and beautiful screen does give you lots of screen real estate, it might tbe to big for some people while i dont mind it at all (im fat fingered =P) some people might need a smaller screen, and except one if i ever go abroad on a vacation or a business trip than i wont be able to use this phone and even if i shell out 500 dollars for a phone in the new country without a contract(i'll probably have to buy a different one for everywhere i theres different carriers) it will still be different and probably inferior to this phone and that in itself is A BIG PROBLEM!!!!!!!!!!!
5 out of 5 users found this user opinion helpful.
Love it so far!!
by TKOTiNK on June 17, 2010
Pros: Beautiful, large screen. Talk to Text feature. Call quality - speakerphone is amazing!!! Comfortable, solid grip in your hand. Headphone jack on the top of phone. 4G surfing and 3G talk at the same time!! whoo hooo!! and my fav: IT HAS A KICKSTAND!!!
Cons: Battery life is uber awful. Flash capabilities . 8mp Camera is just OK but that's what Digital Cameras are for! Phone rests on camera - total design flaw. Packaging confused me - took a while to recover from that...LOL
Summary: I came from an extremely awful windows mobile experience(Omnia and Imagio) prior to owning this phone. After two weeks of using the EVO I can say that I am ...
Summary: I came from an extremely awful windows mobile experience(Omnia and Imagio) prior to owning this phone. After two weeks of using the EVO I can say that I am very pleased with the phone. I don't have the technical knowledge like some other reviewers to really go heavy into what the phone is truly capable of but I will share what I have discovered from daily usage.
First, let's tackle the biggest part of the phone; The Screen. An absolute beauty! Did I mention that it's scratchproof?? I don't have any protection on this bad boy and i've been carrying it around with a pair of cz stud earrings and loose change - nada. Not one scratch. I dropped Evie(that's her name) in the elevator(a huge bang and crash) and NADA. Not one scratch on the screen or the entire body. Awesomesauce. The screen is very sensitive and responsive. I've noticed that response time has dropped as I've added apps though. Does anyone know how to move apps to the SD card instead of keeping them on the phone? Also, someone said that you can't see the screen outside. LIES AND DECIET!!!!! That is the ONE true thing i absolutely ADORE about this phone. The summer sun has been cruel and I can still see EVERYTHING on my phone while outside. I love the on/off button!!! I never again have to worry about my phone dialing people in my purse or answering itself, or hanging up on ppl because i smiled and my cheek touched the screen!!!
"Customizability" - 7 screens of awesomosity!! You can choose from different themes and layouts or a clean slate to adjust the phone screens to suit your lifestyle. If you are a workaholic, a World Clock, Stocks, Calendar, Contacts, and email; all that is important to you are right there at the touch of a button and to me, that's pretty darn sweet. Period.
Web Browser - Initially I loved it. It was fast and vibrant. Not so much now. All morning my pages have taken full minutes to load. Pages that have flash videos are only loading partially. don't know what could have changed but I'll update on that later. I also wish there was a quicker way to switch between tabs instead of having to hit Menu and then hit windows. If there is, please feel free to comment and let me know.
Battery life - seriously HTC, ***? And all the urban legends about overcharging and letting the battery die to extend it's life are just that: Urban Legends. This battery just stinks. Fix it.
4G/3G - I didn't get this phone for 4G at all. Sprint is cheaper; bottom line. With that said, 4G works great in the DC metro area so I've gotten the opportunity to surf the web and talk all at fast speeds however; 4G doesn't penetrate into buildings very well so I can only use it when outside or near windows.
Sprint Service. No doubt, Verizon was a bit better, especially underground. In DC, my verizon phone would work throught almost every underground station but Sprint is a bit spotty. However, I may have noticed that I'm dropping fewer calls than I was on Verizon who always seemed to cut off my calls just as I was getting to the Juicy Details...Can you hear me now??? NO. However; Sprint is soooooooo much cheaper that I DON'T EFFIN CARE!!!!! I pay 87$ a month now when I was paying 115$ on Verizon. Now, Sprint Customer Care sucks. Pure and Simple, I'm not gonna lie because I have nothing to gain, it truely, madly and deeply SUCKS. Try to never visit a Sprint Store or call Customer Care and you will enjoy your Sprint Experience. Sprint TV playback is a little weak - I watched some live soccer games and was hardly impressed.
Other things i've noticed *must read :)* - I've found an irritating thing with the keyboard. When in landscape mode while either texting or web surfing or whatever, you have to minimize the keyboard to enter your text. The return key doesn't function as an "enter" key so you actually have to hit send which doesn't show up until minimizing the keyboard. this occurs in portrait mode also on the web and gaming input but not text messaging. I wish they could fix this. Another reason I chose this over the Droid Incredible was because the keyboard was bigger but I'm finding this oversight a bit annoying. I'm also not seeing any widescreen playback capabilites while watching videos i know to be widescreen online. And what is with this phone getting so HOT and bothered? it literally melted a piece of gum in my purse! It doesn't get too hot when I'm talking on it - usually the screen turns off and the temperature remains normal. Just another thing i thought I'd point out. I love the headphone jack being on the top of the phone for when placing in pockets it is much easier to get in and out. I just LOOOOve the Kickstand as my Imagio had one and it makes speakerphone usage easier, music playback more audible, and video fun for multiple viewers.
That's all folks. Let me hear your feedback. Sorry for the lengthy review!!
5 out of 6 users found this user opinion helpful.
by Henkemej on June 12, 2010
Pros: Massive, crystal clear screen, blazing fast, good battery life, solid construction.
Cons: Only comes with 8 GB memory, Limited Apps.
Summary: I have never written a review on CNET, but I felt impelled to write one after my personal experience with this phone stands in sharp contrast to most of the ...
Summary: I have never written a review on CNET, but I felt impelled to write one after my personal experience with this phone stands in sharp contrast to most of the reviews online. I had major reserves about purchasing this phone after reading about the abysmal battery life and SD card issues. Without going into too much detail, people in a similar position can rest assured that the battery life is more than adequate. I regularly get a full day of battery life and I like to think I use the phone moderately to heavily throughout the day. Additionally, it is compatible with micro USB chargers so you should find no issues charging it at the office or topping up in the car without spending an arm and a leg on the charging unit. That being said, I do recommend the igo car charger. In a 15 min drive I gained 20 percent on my battery, not bad in my book! I really cannot figure out why my experience with the battery life is so positive compared to the reviews, but I just felt it was important to provide another POV. Also, regarding the SD card issues, it seems the HTC firmware update solved the issue because I have not experienced any problems. I highly recommend this phone. The features are every bit as impressive as they sound on paper and I have spent over a week marveling at the refined quality of this phone. It definitely sets a benchmark for all future smartphones!
P.S. I wrote this review on my Evo. :)
4 out of 4 users found this user opinion helpful.
Excellent phone better than any Iphone out there!
by volleyplay on June 8, 2010
Pros: Hot spot, Call Reception, 8 megapixel camera, voice search, dialing and texting
Cons: I can not find any. It is a little big
Summary: Well first of all I actually own an EVO unlike most of the reviews on here. And if you are complaining about battery, are you serious? It is a smart ...
Summary: Well first of all I actually own an EVO unlike most of the reviews on here. And if you are complaining about battery, are you serious? It is a smart phone and I am getting 6 hours with using Pandora and the hot spot I think that is really good. I have gotten a whole 9 hours one day. I know it will get better once the battery has at least 8 charge cycles. I have owned at least 50 different smart phones in my life and they all require lots of battery power. I just make sure I have a charger with me I know to some that is just not acceptable which is stupid but it just makes sense.Listen Trucker TOM TOM I am getting almost 12 hours on the regular battery now. I bought an extended battery from Seido and I am sending it back for a refund. I charged the extended battery and used it with the Pandora and the hotspot and got 2 1/2 hours out of it and recharged it again and I am seeing the same results.
The phone is fast, nice crisp screen and just does everything right and plus it is on the Excellent Sprint Network. I saw Steve address his conference and I think Apple has lost it. I am an Apple fan and own four notebooks and an iMac but would never own the iPhone because of the network and the old phone could not multi-task but I could use it as a flash light now that is important! Well getting back to the EVO I have had it for three days and I have a hard time putting it down. You can customize this phone to your personal needs. It is very easy to use and understand it, some people may have a problem with it at first but do not give up once you get it set up you will love it!!. I love the voice search, texting and dailing it works really well. Well great job Sprint and HTC you have a real winner!!!
Updated on Jun 23, 2010
Updated on Jun 23, 2010cont. Extended batteries don't live up to there promises of getting more battery life out of them. They claim I need to go through several charge cycles before it gets better but the factory battery went 6-7 hours the first charge and that was with heavy use. I am using the standard battery and it is getting better I can go a whole day without charging the battery. I can use Pandora and the hot spot and still get a full day of work which is a full 12 hours. Install Advanced Task Killer it is free and set it up so it auto kills a lot of the apps. Sprint sales people do not recommend because they say the new Adroid 2.1 software takes care of it but I still believe you need something to kill the apps that are running in the background.One thing let the battery go completely dead before you charge it the first 10 charge cycles. Oh and I also keep it on the charger for 2 hours after the light turns green on the phone just to make sure it is completely charged. I hope this helps you!
Updated on Jun 30, 2010Okay so I have had the phone for almost a month now and this phone just keeps getting better with time! My battery life is now up to 20 hours on one charge with normal use. I hear people calling other people crazy that there is no way you can get that out of the battery which in all fairness to the people that are saying they are getting horrible battery life. I know for a fact they have not even touch any of the settings on the phone to try and reduced their battery consumption. I use my phone as a hotspot, Pandora, text messaging and send emails and when I use it heavy I get a 12-14 hours out of it. If I use it normal then I get 18-24 hours out of one charge. I also have an extra battery and charger which works out well. I have not done the new update because of Sprint advising to wait until they check out some of the people were having problems with the update crashing their phone. I will wait until Sprint say do it. This is an AWESOME PHONE AND I WOULD BUY IT!!!
Updated on Jun 30, 2010I meant 20 hours not 24 hours. Sorry..
4 out of 4 users found this user opinion helpful.
Best Android phone on the market!!!
by johnnys2k on December 16, 2010
Pros: Beautiful 4.3" display, Android 2.2, 1Ghz processor for fast multi-tasking, Dual cameras (8MP rear, 1.3MP front), HTC Sense UI, Access to hundreds of apps, Video, Pics, Excellent reception and call quality, Thin for it's size, HDMI out.
Cons: Size (may not easily fit in your pocket), and battery. The 1500mAh battery will go out quick if you use the phone heavily.
Summary: I've owned great Android devices in the past such as the Nexus One, Incredible, and now the HTC Evo 4G. I have to say this is the best Android ...
Summary: I've owned great Android devices in the past such as the Nexus One, Incredible, and now the HTC Evo 4G. I have to say this is the best Android phone I have ever owned. It's got a beautiful 4.3" display which is great for watching videos and viewing pictures. Texting on the screen is very easy to do since the buttons are bigger due to the massive screen size. Android 2.2 + Sense UI makes the user experience extremely fun! Not to mention that it's blazing fast. The 8MP is unbelievable and the 1.3MP front facing camera is great for self portraits or video chatting. Not to mention that other high end Android phones only have a VGA front-facing camera (like the Samsung Epic and MyTouch 4G), so this one is A LOT better!. Call quality is great and so is the reception. Sprint has impressed me so far. The extra $10 fee might put off some of you because WiMax (Sprint's 4G Network) is not everywhere yet. Hopefully soon they'll fix that and have it in every major city. The design and form factor make this one of the sexiest Android phones out to date. There's almost nothing you can't do with the Evo 4G! There is really just one major downside to the Evo. And that is battery life. It drains A LOT of battery! But, most high-end smartphones do anyway. I usually have to charge the phone twice a day with heavy usage. About once a day with light to moderate usage. You can buy batteries from Amazon that have more mAh (Milli Amp) usage which are decently priced. They have 1800mAh and 3800mAh batteries which will last you a good bit. The stock Evo battery is only 1500mAh. I got this phone about a week ago and I'm loving every single minute of it! In 2011, expect to see 1.3Ghz phones as well as dual-core phones. Believe me, the Evo will still be competing with them. So, you won't be at a loss even if you pick one up today. I'm also expecting the Evo to get the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread update sometime early next year which will make it even more fun to use and make it faster. Get one and believe me, you won't be disappointed!Still loving my Evo!
Updated on Mar 4, 2011
Updated on Mar 22, 2011So I see that the new Evo 3D is set to come out soon. I've seen video and pictures of it and I honestly think the current Evo has better design. I'm not so big on 3D, but I'm sure techies will enjoy them. The dual-core will definitely help it run blazingly fast. I'll stick with my Evo until something worthy comes to Sprint.
3 out of 3 users found this user opinion helpful.
Battery dies by noon each day.
by badevosprintphone1 on March 30, 2013
Pros: Nice phone if you have it plugged in. If not batter dies in hours.
Cons: Battery dies so quickly that you need a back up phone in case of an emergency.
Summary: This is a nice phone if you are at home all day and it can by plugged in. If not, it is a bad choice.
Summary: This is a nice phone if you are at home all day and it can by plugged in. If not, it is a bad choice.
2 out of 2 users found this user opinion helpful.
DON'T BUY THIS PHONE. It doesn't work right.
by leakr on July 6, 2012
Pros: DON'T BUY THIS PHONE IT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY... SOFTWARE PROBLEMS!!
Cons: If you are thinking about buying this phone DON'T! I have had one for three weeks. It doesn't work right. Doesn't always hang up from a call. doesn't always receive calls. Nobody knows when the update will be released to fix the many problems.
Summary: DON'T BUY THIS PHONE IT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY... SOFTWARE PROBLEMS!!If you are thinking about buying this phone DON'T!! I have had one for three weeks. It ...
Summary: DON'T BUY THIS PHONE IT DOES NOT WORK PROPERLY... SOFTWARE PROBLEMS!!If you are thinking about buying this phone DON'T!! I have had one for three weeks. It doesn't work right. Doesn't always hang up from a call. doesn't always receive calls. Nobody knows when the update will be released to fix the many problems with it but SPRINT is happy to charge you full plan price even though the phone doesn't work.
2 out of 2 users found this user opinion helpful.
- Manufacturer: HTC
- Part number: APA9292KT
- Description: HTC EVO 4G delivers a robust list of features, including a 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor ensuring a smooth and quick user experience. With dual cameras - an 8.0 megapixel auto-focus camera with HD-capable video camcorder and a forward-facing 1.3 megapixel camera - HTC EVO 4G unleashes the ability to create, stream and watch video that far surpasses expectations of what is possible on a phone today. With built-in mobile hotspot functionality, HTC EVO 4G allows up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices to share the 4G experience. Users can easily share an Internet connection on the go with a laptop, camera, music player, game unit, video player, or any other Wi-Fi enabled device. With integrated HD video capture and 4G speeds, HTC EVO 4G makes slow uploads and grainy video a thing of the past. Now, it is possible to post high-quality video to YouTube or Facebook, or share moments in real time over the Internet live, via Qik. After these videos have been captured, it is easy to share them on an HDTV via an HDMI cable. The custom Web browser is optimized for HTC EVO 4G's large display. Adobe Flash technology ensures that rich Internet content, such as embedded video and animation, are displayed the way they are meant to be seen. Pinch-to-zoom and automatic text reflowing provide easy Web page views. HTC EVO 4G features the highly acclaimed HTC Sense user experience. Along with all of the HTC Sense features first introduced on HTC Hero, HTC EVO 4G adds a number of features, including friend stream, which aggregates multiple social communication channels including Facebook and Twitter into one organized flow of updates; a "Leap" thumbnail view to easily switch between home screen "panels; " the ability to download new, interactive widgets; and a "polite" ringer, which quiets the ringing phone once lifted up. HTC EVO 4G, the world's first 3G/4G Android handset, features the iteration of the increasingly popular Android platform. Leveraging the Android 2.1 platform, HTC EVO 4G can deliver a wide array of useful features. In addition to today's Android apps, the performance of which will be enhanced by 4G speed, application developers will be introducing apps that take advantage of 4G power in new ways - games and communications tools and other apps that bring together video, presence and location simultaneously, and capabilities that haven't yet been imagined. For example, an application developer might create an app that allows a customer to simultaneously watch a streaming sporting event while pulling down stats and conducting a video chat with a friend.
- Packaged Quantity 1
- Product Type Smartphone (Android OS)
- Form Factor Touch
- Phone Design PDA
- Integrated Components Voice recorder,
- Antenna Internal
- Width 2.6 in
- Depth 0.5 in
- Height 4.8 in
- Weight 6.2 oz
- Body Color Black
- Technology WiMAX,
- Mobile Broadband Generation 4G
- Service Provider Sprint Nextel
- Operating System Google Android 2.1
- Input Device(s) Touch sensitive screen
Messaging & Internet
- Cellular Messaging Services SMS,
- Instant Messaging Services Google Talk
- Messaging & Data Features Text messages,
- Mobile Services YouTube,
- Data Transmission EV-DO
- Wireless Interface IEEE 802.11,
- Bluetooth Profiles Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)
- Communication Features Internet browser,
Mobile Email client
- Phone Functions Call timer,
- Polyphonic Ringer Yes
- Sensors Proximity sensor,
- Additional Features Integrated digital compass
- Personal Information Management Calendar,
- Supported Digital Audio Standards MP3,
- Type QUALCOMM Snapdragon
- Clock Speed 1 GHz
- Supported Flash Memory Cards microSDHC - up to 32 GB
- Sensor Resolution 8 megapixels
- GPS Navigation GPS receiver
- Type LCD display - Color
- Technology TFT
- Diagonal Size 4.3 in
- Display Resolution 800 x 480 pixels
- Connector Type Micro-USB,
Headset jack - Mini-phone 3.5 mm
- Technology Lithium ion
- Capacity 1500 mAh
- Included Accessories Power adapter , Power adapter
Specs: Sprint Nextel,
With digital camera,
Specs: Sprint Nextel,
With digital camera / digital player,