Sprint announces white HTC EVO 4G LTE, will be available on July 15

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In April, HTC and Sprint officially unveiled their next powerhouse smartphone known as the HTC EVO 4G LTE. It was made available in Sprint’s store during the first week of June, and overall it’s a very decent device. Now Sprint has officially announced a white version of the HTC EVO ...

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HTC EVO 4G LTE en route to Sprint, delivery expected this week

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The delay is over and things are back on track for Sprint's new flagship Android.

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Sprint to debut EVO One at NY Event on April 4?

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New details indicate that the EVO successor will include a massive display, a long-lasting battery, and a kickstand.

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Sprint Leak Reveals Upcoming EVO Design 4G, Motorola Admiral

A fresh Sprint leak coming in the middle of the night confirms the name of the upcoming Galaxy S II and also tips the hand on a pair of new devices in the process.  As recently uncovered, the Galaxy S II has been changed from Within to Epic 4G Touch, all but confirming the sliding... Read More

EVO 4G to Get Gingerbread on June 6; Manual Updates Begin June 3

We know a lot of EVO 4G owners who will be excited to hear this next bit of news… Their beloved Sprint handset is expected to see its Android 2.3 Gingerbread update in but a few days time.  According to the information passed our way (Thanks Tone Bone!), June 6 will see the 4.22.651.2 ...

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HTC Evo 4G Adds More Bloatware, Non-Root Only

Sprint is Americas second provider when it comes to bloatware, just one step behind Verizon. It doesn't load it up with freaking Bing, but they do add all kinds of bloatware, no matter whether users think it's useful or not. But they do update their phones.

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IcyCell Battery Door for the HTC EVO 4G

This summer, HTC hosted a smartphone-centric event in Chicago. The affair focused on the newly-released HTC Aria, and was truly a fantastic event. In addition to hors d’oeuvres, drinks and a plethora of over-zealous Android fans, a number of Aria handsets were on display. One such display ...

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HTC EVO 4G Lands on Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards

One of the hottest handsets of the year, the HTC EVO 4G, is being recognized by Popular Mechanics as being one of the breakthrough devices for 2010.  Touted as a product that “truly moves society forward”, the Sprint phone lands on the list because of its ability to act as a mobile ...

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HTC EVO 4G Gets Minor Update to Address Calendar Issues, Gmail

HTC EVO 4G owners are advised to check for a minor update on their handset today. Designed to address calendar event edit issues and allow for multiple Gmail account sync, it can be manually grabbed directly from Sprint.

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Backdoor Found in HTC EVO & Sprint Hero, Exploited to Gain Root Access

The development team calling themselves unrevoked discovered an executable binary called skyagent in the HTC EVO and the Sprint Hero. A second executable binary called hstools was also found in the HTC EVO. In addition to other capabilities, both binaries allowed access to the root of the ...

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Hacker Overclocks EVO 4G to 1.267GHz (Toasty!)

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 considering he has only had the phone a short while. We know you hackers and modders out there are already getting ...

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EVO 4G Out of Stock “Check Back Later”

We knew that Sprint’s new phone was doing well.  The carrier even admitted to shortages not only at their stores, but Best Buy and Radio Shack locations as well.  Now we’re finding that Sprint.com is showing the device out of stock.  There’s an ambiguous “check back ...

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HTC EVO 4G Has Massive Weekend, Leads to Shortages

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 known but it’s bigger than anything the carrier has seen so far.  Sprint did share a little something to put it into ...

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Android Phones Keep Getting Bigger, 5.5-Inch Sony Ericsson on the Way

For some people, the 3.7-inch Nexus One is plenty big enough screen size.  For others, they like 4.0-inch Sony Ericsson or massive 4.3-inch HTC EVO 4G.  Then there are those who are looking forward to the 5.0-inch Dell Streak next month.  At that size it pushes the boundary between smart phone ...

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The EVO 4G Gets Frankensteined!

DON’T OPEN THIS LINK if you are the type of person who gets queasy at the guts of your favorite new handset being exposed!  The guys over at ifixit.com got their hands on an EVO, and instead of the usual review talking about the awesomeness of the unit, they decided to rip the device ...

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