The EVO 4G in Action; Qik Video Chatting Rocks
Last night I attended the Sprint EVO 4G event in New York city. Of course, I brought along my handy little video camera, just in case I saw something you AndroidGuys would like. Sure enough, Sprint aimed to please.
For hours, I was able to play around with the device and watch Sprint representatives showing off the radiance of their first 4G superphone. Below are two of the videos I managed to take. The lighting was pretty bad, but the videos seem okay, with a few moments of blurriness (especially when zooming in). In the one showing off the AndroidGuys app, I accidentally had the phone in 3G only mode. Sorry about that.
The video showing off Qik’s video chat service is pretty neat. The EVO 4G can stream video on both 3G and 4G connections. Obviously, the quality on 3G is not as good, but that’s to be expected. This makes the EVO 4G the first Android device in the U.S. to be released with such capability. Also, thanks to Qik, all of your video sessions are saved online to your Qik account for later viewing.
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