Summary: The HTC Evo V 4G is essentially a repackaged Evo 3D, now available through Virgin Mobile. And while it's not the most cutting-edge device in terms of specs, it is a compelling bargain. For less than half the cost of what you'd pay per month on other carriers, you get an Android Ice Cream Sandwich phone with good performance and 4G speeds. The WiMax network isn't the fastest, but overall the Evo V 4G is a good value.
Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE unboxing and initial hands on review
12 May 2012
Excerpt: The 3rd generation of the EVO will arrive on Sprint on May 18th for $199. Original EVO owners have been waiting for a reason to finally upgrade after last year’s flop, the EVO 3D. The EVO 4G LTE is a variant of the HTC One X , which is the best Android phone available now. Sprint worked with HTC to give this phone a more “EVO” look, which seems to be a love or hate it feeling with original EVO owners.
Conclusion: The new HTC tablet will be coming to Sprint this summer, and hopefully it will have a normal price (cheaper than the iPad 2). If that is the case, I think it can become the number one device for students, journalists, entrepreneurs and anyone who needs to store a lot of information and have it easily available at any time.
Excerpt: Sprint announced two devices today at CTIA, the HTC EVO 3D and the HTC EVO View 4G. The EVO View 4G is an Android tablet that will be available on the Sprint network this Summer. To be clear, this tablet will run Android 2.3 at launch, and will be upgradable to 3.0 (Honeycomb) when it has been tested with the device. We have also been told by the reps that there will not be a Wi-Fi-only one available.
Summary: The second-generation EVO phone has finally landed, and we can safely say that it’s another winner. With Android 2.2, a speedy second-generation Snapdragon processor, endless applications from the Android market, and a full slide-out QWERTY keyboard, the HTC EVO Shift 4G was crafted for the text message fanatic and social feed freak. The phone also has a pretty impressive 5-megapixel camera with 720p HD video, and supports 4G hotspots.
Summary: The HTC Evo 4G LTE is a flagship phone for a bygone year. It looks beautiful, feels great in your hand and can take lovely pictures, but it simply can't compete with the longer-lasting, speedier phones you can get from carriers today for as little as $50 on-contract. Nevertheless, if you're on a limited budget, it's worth slipping an Evo into your pocket.
Pros: A built-in kickstand, FM radio and HTC's customary polish mark a phone that was superb in its day.
Cons: Its battery depletes quicker than any other Android phone in our lineup.
AndroidPolice.com And EVO 4G Go To Nice And Monaco's Monte Carlo For A Photo/Video Shoot
18 November 2010
Excerpt: Earlier this week I've covered EVO 4G's photo (8MP) and HD video taking (720p) capabilities with beautiful , and other beautiful towns. I then fell in love with Monte Carlo and shot some videos and more photos of it with the EVO, which I can't not share with you, right on EVO's launch day.