By Stephen Schenck | January 20, 2012 12:29 PM
HTC’s EVO View 4G may have first launched running Gingerbread, but subsequent software updates are making it a much more interesting device. Just last month, we finally saw the tablet receive Honeycomb, marking a fresh start for the Android. If you’ve been toying with the idea of picking one up, we’ve spotted the EVO View 4G up for sale with one of the lowest prices we’ve yet found.
Perhaps better known as the Flyer on other carriers, the EVO View 4G is available on-contract with Sprint for about $150; free-and-clear, the carrier will sell you the tablet for $400. We’ve seen other retailers discount the off-contract EVO View down to around $300 before (sadly, the one time we caught the tablet with a $99 price tag it turned out to be in error), but even that can’t touch today’s offer. Over at 1SaleADay.com, the EVO View 4G is available for just under $230.
Sure, you might wish the tablet had a dual-core processor, or even an HD resolution, but this could still be a relatively cheap way to pick up a pretty darn capable Android tablet. After all, it has a decent 32GB of storage space, and support for HTC’s Scribe stylus is a nice touch.
With quad-core tablets now arriving, we’ve got a feeling this isn’t the last nice deal we’ll be seeing on this aging generation of tablets. If you’re interested in picking up the EVO View 4G at this price, you’d better act fast, as the deal ends at midnight, Eastern Time.