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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    If you're looking for a smartphone on Sprint’s website you'll find enough options to make your head spin. By my count there are 42 devices: four of them are iPhones, 19 are running Android. HTC is in comeback mode. It's put a fresh face on Sense UI, brought out some new devices, and shown us some very impressive specifications. The latest Android-powered smartphone to join Sprint's ranks is the HTC EVO 4G LTE, essentially a modified One X. Like its AT&T sibling, the EVO 4G LTE has a gorgeous display, unique design, and feels like a very well-built device. Inside the Box The box ...

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    Ever since some HTC phones got caught-up in US Customs last week, plenty of anxious users have been wondering when the EVO 4G LTE on Sprint might finally arrive. Best Buy reached out to customers who had pre-ordered the handset with word that the phone might end up shipping on May 23, but the retailer later had to send out corrections, explaining that it still didn't have any idea just when the Android handset could continue with its launch. Most recently, we heard from HTC itself that progress had been made towards resolving the Customs hold-ups, and some phones had passed-through and ...

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    The AT&T HTC One X and Sprint EVO 4G LTE (plus probably the T-Mobile Amaze 4G) were affected by U.S. Customs reviews and were delayed from the shelves because of an ITC ban imposed in defense of an Apple patent. The ban came into effect on April 19 and the manufacturer as well as the operators couldn't tell anything specific regarding a timeframe for resolving the issue. According to recent reports, HTC has issued a statement in Taiwan that brings some relieving information: "Some of our products have passed the review and have been delivered to our telecoms operators’ clients in the ...

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    The HTC EVO 4G LTE should have been on shelves today, May 18, but thanks to an ITC ruling banning imports of HTC devices as of April 19 there are some delays thanks to U.S. Customs who are taking their job (and the ruling) seriously (as one would expect). There was a ray of light however which might have gotten your hopes up yesterday: Best Buy sent out a letter letting people know that the HTC EVO 4G LTE should be available as of May 23. Today Best Buy is taking your hopes and scatters them away. According to a new letter being sent out, the previous one contained incorrect information ...

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    Up until a couple days ago, things had been looking good for the retail launch of HTC's EVO 4G LTE on Sprint this coming Friday. All of a sudden, though, word arrived that HTC's shipments were being held-up in US Customs, in order to verify compliance with an International Trade Centre order stemming from a complaint brought-on by Apple. While HTC expressed confidence that the EVO 4G LTE, along with the company's One X, didn't include the features restricted by that ITC decision, we weren't sure just how long the delay might affect the phone's arrival. It now looks like things will be ...

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    The HTC One X for AT&T and the upcoming HTC EVO 4G LTE for Sprint -- which should hit the shelves this Friday, May 18 -- appear to be delayed by U.S. Customs, according to an official statement released by the Taiwanese manufacturer. The reason behind the delay, according to the wording, is "standard U.S. Customs review of shipments that is required after an ITC exclusion order". "The US availability of the HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE has been delayed due to a standard U.S. Customs review of shipments that is required after an ITC exclusion order. We believe we are in compliance with ...

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    You know what day it is? It's Friday. The Boston office of Pocketnow (read: my padded cell) has seen a lot of hot, hot editorial action this week, including some webOS-to-Android video and a scintillating discussion on ecosystems. But it's not time to put this week to bed yet, because I've got a question: where the flip are all the tablet kickstands? Most of you know what I'm talking about, but if you don't: the kickstand is a hinge-mounted strip of metal or plastic that flips out from the back of a mobile device and props it up at an angle on a tabletop or other flat surface. It's easy to ...

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    HTC's EVO 4G LTE for Sprint is shaping up to be one of the highlights of the manufacturer's latest series of Android handsets. The carrier confirmed earlier this week that the smartphone will make its retail debut next Friday, on May 18. Sprint's got pre-sales of the EVO 4G going for $200 on-contract, but if you've put off placing your order, there's now an even better deal available, with Amazon pre-orders costing $50 less. Amazon Wireless has the EVO 4G LTE on two-year contract for a hair under $150. Right now the site is showing the phone as backordered in addition to being up for ...

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    When Sprint and HTC first announced the EVO 4G LTE back near the beginning of April, we learned the phone's launch price, as well as when pre-orders for the handset would open, but that one crucial detail was still missing: when the smartphone would actually arrive. We've seen some attempts at guesses for just when that might be, but so far have been lacking any official confirmation. Well, it seems that those rumors were right on the money, as Sprint has now confirmed the EVO 4G LTE's arrival for May 18. Although some early rumors looked to a release in the first or second week of June, ...

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    If you've been following the news surrounding the new HTC One series, you already know that Sprint has opened pre-orders for its version of the One XL, the Evo 4G LTE. It's a solidly-specced device with a popular brand name that promises to sell well. If you've been following the news very closely, however, you also know that it packs a disadvantage cleverly disguised as a feature: an embedded SIM. Which makes about as much sense as a cast-iron laptop: they both offer the same degree of convenience and portability. Pictured: lame sauce masquerading as hotness. For the uninitiated: SIM ...

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    As if HTC's One XL didn't already have enough going for it, with a Snapdragon S4 under the hood, big 4.7-inch display, and Sense 4.0, Sprint had to go ahead and announce its own XL with even more tweaks, set to arrive as the EVO 4G LTE. While Sprint has yet to officially reveal just when the EVO 4G LTE will land in the hands of customers, there have been plenty of rumors attempting to nail that date down. First sometime in early June sounded like the most likely outcome, but more recent suggestions have been placing the date a little earlier, perhaps even as soon as May 18. That's now ...

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    HTC's One series of Androids are currently generating some of the most buzz of any smartphones around; based on our experiences with them, we can certainly understand why. The most recent model to be announced is the EVO 4G LTE for Sprint's new LTE network, featuring some upgraded One XL hardware. Sprint revealed the EVO 4G LTE just a couple weeks ago, and while it announced that pre-orders for the phone would open on May 7, it didn't have an actual retail launch date to share. A new rumor suggests that there will only be a short delay between the start of pre-orders and retail sales, with ...

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    It's fitting that the company which once differentiated based on the clarity of their calls is the first one to begin marketing enhanced audio calling in the U.S. Sprint yesterday announced their new flagship HTC smartphone, the Evo 4G LTE, and something else along with it: a next-generation technology they're calling HD Voice. The technology they're using "will provide fuller, more natural-sounding and less fatiguing voice quality and should reduce troublesome background noises often found in a cafe or on the street," according to Sprint's press release. "Users should expect to identify ...

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    Last night, we gave you a hands-on look at the HTC EVO 4G LTE, some enhanced One XL hardware that's looking to be the third LTE-supporting smartphone to debut on Sprint's new network. There's understandably a lot of excitement for this model, improving on the initial One XL design with a larger battery and microSD support. HTC has since posted a video to its YouTube account that shows-off the EVO 4G LTE while giving us some insight into the company's design process. As the camera pans by a row of some of HTC's case designs, we can see one model which seems to suggest HTC's been toying with ...

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    This is the HTC EVO ONE (codename:Jewel) that Sprint will reportedly launch on Wednesday, pictured between the HTC One X for AT&T and the T-Mobile-bound HTC One S. As one of the Now Network's premiere LTE handsets, the EVO ONE promises to usher in a new cellular broadband technology in much the same manner as the HTC EVO 4G heralded the company's ill-fated WiMax rollout. Rumored by Android Central to sport a 1.5GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor from Qualcomm along with a 4.7-inch, 720p display and 16GB of internal memory, the EVO ONE should make a worthy successor the EVO 3D -- which is ...

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