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Those of you who have an EVO 4G are advised to keep your eyes peeled for a minor update next week. Sorry guys and gals, it’s not a Froyo rollout.
About two weeks ago we reported on the framerate issue that plagued the new EVO 4G. For those not familiar, it was found that the new super phone was limited
Engadget was passed along an image this morning that shows Best Buy will be offering the HTC EVO 4G in white as part of an exclusive deal. Officially launching July
A member (coolbho3000) from XDA-developers has managed to get his EVO 4G up to 1.267GHz,running about 30% faster than normal. So far things have been running pretty stable for him
Sprint has come out and revised the estimates for their first weekend sales of the EVO 4G. Without telling us specifically how many phones were sold they downgrade the figure.
Sprint has issued a press release this morning touting the record sales of their new HTC EVO 4G. The actual number of devices sold over the weekend is not officially
Sprint and HTC have put together an over-the-air update (1.32.651.6) to address a known issue involving memory cards. The problem that some were running into was that the EVO 4G
Sprint’s first commercial for the EVO 4G has made its way online but it doesn’t do much to sell people on Android or the phone… yet. Consider it more of
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
Well that didn’t take long. The HTC EVO 4G has been rooted thanks to the developer/hacker community. We can’t say we’re shocked at all by this – Google and Sprint
We’re starting to see a significant number of emails and questions coming our way about the latest Sprint handset. Rather than trying to answer them all over and over again,
Dan Hesse and the Sprint gang just announced the price of the next super phone, the EVO 4G. Due on June 4th, the HTC beauty will retail for $199.99 and
Say good bye to the CDMA Nexus One. Like Verizon did a few weeks back, Sprint has opted to drop the Nexus One from its future handset roadmap. Why, you
We just received an email from Sprint inviting us to join the Dan Hesse (CEO) next month for a hands-on look at the upcoming HTC EVO 4G. Not only that,