1st 4G Phone in American Comes to Sprint

Apr 30, 2010 | | Say something

The HTC EVO is my next new cell phone. I had to have the Blackberry Curve as my first real smart phone. I quickly upgraded to the Palm Pre the day it was first released, paying full price, which was a mistake. Now, the HTC EVO comes to Sprint in the summer of 2010, and I’m buying it. I have a $150 discount upgrade, and the cell phone is mine.

CNET has rated the phone the best of CTIA award, meaning the cell phone is really good.

Here are the specs and features:

* 4.3 inch screen
* Android 2.1
* HTC Sense (award winning interface)
* 1 GHz Snapdragon processor
* 1,500 mAh battery
* WiFi capable
* 3G/4G hotspot capability
* Dual cameras including an 8.0mp primary camera and a 1.3mp front-facing
* GPS navigation
* Stereo bluetooth wireless technology
* microSD Card slot (supports 32 GB)
* 3.5mm headset jack and micro USB
* Proximity and motion sensors
* Digital compass
* Premium high-style design with unique kickstand for easy media viewing
* Mobile HDTV
* Download, view, edit, and share HD-quality content
* Output pictures, slides, and video in HD (HDMI output at 720p)
* Messaging
* Social network integration with Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and more
* Live video sharing with Qik
* Sprint apps
* Visual voicemail
* Google mobile services (Youtube, Gmail, Google Talk, Google Voice, Google Maps, and more)
* Andriod Market with over 30,000 apps
* FM tuner

The EVO smartphone is going to be one of the best phones that will be released in 2010.

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