HTC’s Evo is a wonder gadget. It exceeds all the other Android based phones with its features like 1GHz CPU extra fast, 4.3” screen; it comes with a dual camera, Sprint’s 4G WiMax connection. On top of it HTC’s Evo even has HDMI port.
All these terrific features made HTC Evo a wonder gadget and a personal favorite of its own owners.
Sprint’s hidden agenda is unveiled, and it appears Sprint is planning to bring that magic on once again by making announcements about HTC’s Evo one to be a re-branded HTC One X gadget. This announcement will be officially made in a press conference, in the night of Wednesday by next week, as sources at Android Central say.
HTC’s tie up with Sprint is an effort to make HTC Evo a model of HTC One X instead of its European brother. Evo brags about its extremely fast 4G LTE data network by Sprint, and that overtakes WiMax. ConsideringBatterylife, Evo will not give much on that.
More goodies included:
It includes Qualcomm Krait CPU with a 1.5GHz power, OLED screen of 4.7”, phone memory of 16 GB with a micro SD expansion, a 2650-mAh high-life battery, a dual camera having 8 megapixels in the rear and 2 megapixels in the front, including a beats audio feature.
For more icing to the cake, it includes Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and HTC’s 4.0 Interface. All this to be in stores after being released in a press event on 4 April!