Posts tagged with: EVO 4G LTE

Next in Sprints popular line of EVO branded devices, and one of their first 4G LTE smartphones, the EVO 4G LTE is expected to launch before the end of Q4. The EVO 4G LTE smartphone will ship with Android 4.0 ICS and HTC Sense 4.0 UI. It's packing a dual core Snapdragon S4 chip clocked at 1.5GHz alongside 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage. The EVO 4G LTE features two cameras, one 1.3-megapixel camera for video chat and a rear facing eight0megapixel camera with LED flash and up to 1080p HD video recording capability. Other features of the EVO 4G LTE include a 4.7-inch SLCD display with a 720p (1280 x 720) resolution, and NFC capability. Read on for the latest HTC EVO 4G LTE news, reviews and videos:

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    When it rains Jelly Beans, it pours Jelly Beans. Samsung's Galaxy S III on Verizon will be seeing its update arrive tomorrow, but for HTC fans who have been using the EVO 4G LTE on Sprint, their own Jelly Bean update has already become available. EVO 4G LTE system software 3.15.651.16 delivers Android 4.1.1, outfitted with the latest Sense 4+ UI enhancements. Even though the update is currently accessible for EVO 4G LTE owners, for the moment you'll have to pull this one down yourself, which is just as simple as checking for updates through your phone's settings menu. In case you forget ...

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    HTC's been talking about its Jelly Bean update strategy for months now, with some early statements back in July more recently followed up by news that the One V, and the majority of other 512MB devices, wouldn't be seeing the update land. We've seen the One X start getting its JB update, but what about HTC's other Androids with sufficient RAM? Well, the manufacturer has yet to release a comprehensive list, only saying that it would first concentrate its efforts on 2012 releases, but a list has leaked over the weekend that attempts to enumerate just which handsets are on HTC's agenda. This ...

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    HTC's EVO 4G LTE, Sprint's answer to the HTC One-series devices on other carriers, has been dealing with a few annoying bugs since its release. Just yesterday, we caught wind of a note from Google, specifically in regards to the E4L's unexpected incompatibility with Google Wallet, mentioning that a new firmware would be arriving for the handset within the month, finally addressing the issue. We were all ready to be sitting around the last week in July wondering if the update would make it out in time, but instead have found a happy surprise waiting for us today, upon news that EVO 4G LTE's ...

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    Unlike most of the major US carriers, Sprint has no beef with Google Wallet at the moment, and empowers its users to take full advantage of their phones' NFC hardware in order to make mobile payments through the service. At least, that's the way things are supposed to work, but an issue with the HTC EVO 4G LTE has been keeping the phone from functioning properly with Wallet. We still don't have an exact ETA for when a fix might become available, but Google's helping us narrow things down a little, posting a note to the Google Play listing for Wallet that sheds some light on the situation. ...

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    1.8GHz is still a frequency unfortunately many computer users dream about but it is now achievable on the dual-core processor powering the AT&T HTC One X (and Rogers) as well as the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE. Of course, before everything, we need to insert the word of warning here that extreme hacking can cause hardware damage and stress components, but you all know that! The new Kernel module allows overclocking the MSM8960 Qualcomm Krait SoC beyond 1.8GHz in applications like SetCPU so you need to be cautious. It only works on the AT&T and Rogers HTC One X (or the One XL) as well as ...

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    In mid-June, we were tipped-off to the forthcoming arrival of a new white version of HTC's EVO 4G LTE on Sprint, revealed in a leaked screenshot of a system tracking the carrier's warehouse inventory. Just a couple days later, Sprint itself seemed to acknowledge the model's existence, putting up an ad on its site advertising both the EVO 4G LTE and the Epic 4G Touch (pictured above), with both models depicted in white. We were wondering if that meant Sprint would soon follow-up with official confirmation of the model, but instead it quickly modified the image to display the standard black ...

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    I've turned an HTC One X into one of my two daily drivers for the last two or three weeks. Not that I didn't enjoy the company of my old Galaxy Nexus, but I'm on the list of people that really do enjoy HTC Sense. I know it's either a love-or-hate relationship for many of you, but Sense is the best of many worlds for me. It has all the social integration I love about Windows Phone 7, all the polish that attracts me about iOS, and it’s running on the fluidity and openness that I've come to enjoy about Android. Sadly, the year is 2012. For many of you that are using Windows Phone devices or ...

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    While we're on the subject of Sprint's EVO 4G LTE, some progress is underway towards correcting the phone's issues with Google Wallet, and Google itself has spoken-up to say that the problem should be resolved soon. We first heard about the situation on Monday, but EVO 4G LTE owners have apparently been puttign up with it to one extent or another since the phone's debut. It's clear that not all users are running into the same roadblock, but a good number have reported problems getting Google Wallet to function, coming to a head most recently with the app display a message that it's not ...

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    Earlier this week, a leak outed what appeared to be a new white version of HTC's EVO 4G LTE on Sprint, showing the phone's presence in an internal inventory control system. At the time, we had to guess what the phone would look like, doing a quick recoloring on the existing black EVO 4G LTE. While Sprint has yet to officially announce the pending arrival of this new white version, it looks like the carrier may have just accidentally released the first image of the handset, as spotted in a new promotional banner. Sprint invites users to check out a new EVO 4G LTE or Epic 4G Touch, saving ...

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    While it ultimately boils-down to a matter of taste, HTC's EVO 4G LTE on Sprint is arguably quite the sharp-looking smartphone, contrasting gentle curves with bold lines, and accenting the design with a few well-chosen splashes of color. Considering the effort put in to designing the phone, as HTC showed-off in a video, we'd expect nothing less. However, if the EVO 4G LTE as released just wasn't winning you over with its appearance, there may be a new option for you to check out, upon evidence of a new color variant of the handset appearing in a newly-leaked screenshot. Supposedly coming ...

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    When Sprint announced that it would be getting the HTC EVO 4G LTE, one of the many features it promoted for the handset was its NFC support and compatibility with Google Wallet. Despite those claims, new owners of the phone have apparently been running into nothing but problems with trying to get the service to work. Just what's going on here? Initially, Google Wallet on the EVO 4G LTE would return error messages regarding prepaid cards when attempting to use the app, but enterprising owners quickly realized that by doing a bit of build.prop sleight-of-hand, they could trick the app into ...

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    We reviewed the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE but other future owners were not that lucky; due to an ITC import ban, the phone has been delayed because of Customs' reviews but luckily has been recently released. Some of those who have pre-ordered the device already got their units with a treat but now Sprint is telling everyone about in-store availability. "The next few days" is what Sprint estimates for in-store availability but an exact date has not yet been announced. As soon as the Now Network has some exact information it will let everyone know." While Sprint customers who pre-ordered their ...

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    After getting news of HTC Android shipments being held-up in customs on their into the US, we heard from the manufacturer that progress had been made towards resolving the situation, and sure enough, eventually saw the EVO 4G LTE start making it into the hands of customers. Today, HTC is announcing a full resolution of these import issues. Last week, HTC released a statement reading, "some of our products have passed the review and have been delivered to our telecoms operators' clients in the US". As a result, we could see that the tide was turning in HTC's favor, but it wasn't clear at ...

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    Dealing with carriers can be such a pain at times, whether you're fighting over fees, trying to get a device upgrade, or dealing with network connectivity issues. That's why it's so refreshing to see one do something that's all at once unexpected, unnecessary, and seems to be motivated by little more than wanting to do right by its subscribers. We just heard yesterday that, following the phone's delay in US Customs, the HTC EVO 4G LTE was finally starting to arrive in the hands of Sprint users who had pre-ordered the device. What we didn't know then, though, is that Sprint has been ...

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    After a brief hold-up in US Customs, the HTC EVO 4G LTE has finally started shipping out to customers, and some are already reporting their new smartphones arriving. As they start to put these handsets through their paces, it's become clear that even without LTE service up-and-running, the EVO 4G LTE is support simultaneous connections to Sprint's CDMA voice and EV-DO data services. Simultaneous voice and data on CDMA networks has been talked about for years, but it's been slow to see implementation. That's not helped any by the very low-key way that Sprint's apparently been deploying new ...

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