Conclusion: That said, the HTC EVO Shift 4G is one of the major accomplishments of HTC, pivoted against the other 4G phones in the market like the Samsung Epic 4G. The feature rich smartphone is company’s well priced less- intimidating 4G mobile that slots in nicely into your expectations.
Conclusion: Conclusion The HTC Evo Shift 4G is definitely a great smartphone (especially since there always seems to be a lack of QWERTY devices) and can compete with other devices in terms of performance, but at the price, there are better alternatives.
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...
Excerpt: The HTC EVO Shift 4G running on Sprint’s WiMax network may seem logical to compare with the first HTC EVO 4G, but to compare the two would be like comparing pineapples to cumquats. The EVO Shift could be construed as more of a business device, with a full QWERTY keyboard combined with a professional...
Summary: For $149, the Shift 4G is a reasonably priced 4G smart phone that gives Sprint customers a physical keyboard option. Plus, it's more affordable than the Samsung Epic 4G and Evo 4G, both of which are $199.
Excerpt: Anonymously texting your friends and colleagues with vulgar messages is quite amusing. Such juvenile pranks are made all the more easy with the slide-out keyboard built into the new EVO Shift 4G mobile phone that was made available to Sprint customers this week.
Pros: : Slide-out QWERTY keyboard is a texter’s dream. Software is stable and fast. The sharp screen makes reading tiny text easy. Smaller form factor sits better in your jeans.
Cons: : Keyboard is tough to operate single-handed. One wimpy camera means no videoconferencing. Battery life is less than awesome. Puny 2-GB microSD card is an affront to all that’s decent and wholesome.
Excerpt: Aaron reviews the HTC EVO Shift 4G , Sprint's second 4G device in the "EVO" brand and an all-around great Android phone. It offers an 800 MHz next-generation Snapdragon processor, 3.6-inch display, physical QWERTY keyboard, Android 2.2 (Froyo!), and HTC's award-winning Sense UI.