Look, we get it. You really want a new HTC EVO 4G. So bad actually, that you might be considering taking the day off of work. Radio Shack doesn’t want the world to grind to a halt when everyone calls off so they’re going on …
We’ve known for a while that the EVO would come to market with plenty of accessories. What we didn’t know was how much the ones we actually cared about would cost. Thanks to a friend over at Sprint, we now have a little more insight …
According to a source of ours inside Sprint, the EVO 4G’s $10 premium cost doesn’t seem to cover the Qik video chat capabilities, as previously thought. As you can see in the screenshot below, the service will be cost a $4.99 premium, payable via PayPal. …
Our buddy Andrew over at Androinica has brought up something rather disturbing about the EVO’s front-facing camera–it shows everything as a mirrored image. This “glitch” shows itself when taking photos, videos, and while video chatting/streaming.
As of a now, Evo fans can go into a Best Buy and Radio Shack and preorder the Evo 4G for pickup when the Android superphone launches on June 4. You will have to go into an actual store to place the order, but the …
As usual, we do our AndroidGuys Thursday Night Podcast every week. Since this is only our sixth episode, we’re still trying new stuff out. This week, I’m really going to stick my neck out… I’m taking live callers.
Engadget has managed to catch the EVO 4G passing through the halls of the FCC. The device was branded as PC36100 and sports Sprint’s 2500MHz WiMAX band, in addition to Sprint’s usual CDMA bands. Now that we know the device is ready to roll, it’s …
Attention Sprint Premiere customers: Sprint has gone mad and is looking to give away 10 — that’s right 10!– EVO handsets, four tips to either Maui, Chicago, Las Vegas or Houston, and $4,000 in cash. Simply incredible! Why you might ask? Well, it is to …
I was just perusing through Sprint’s developers website and came across something kinda strange. On the site, Sprint’s upcoming 4G powerhouse device was listed with all of its glorious specs. However, the title of it threw me off. It was called the “HTC EVO 4G …
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