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[Review] HTC EVO 4G on Sprint Network

Written on August 31, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Being one of the few "superphone" that hit the market, HTC EVO 4G makes many consumers wonder if this can be the best that money can buy. Is it? Only one way to find out.

The HTC EVO 4G, powered with Android, just hit the market recently and it might just be the best of them all. Once you got the HTC EVO 4G on your hand, you might say “wow” out loud. As a first impression, we can say that the EVO is what the future of mobile phones should be. But the question is, is this one of the few members of the ”superphone” is the best that money can buy? One way to find out is to continue reading.

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Epic 4G is Here on August 11

Written on August 08, 2010 by Charles Bass

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Surprise, surprise! EPIC 4G comes in a week earlier than expected.

Here comes the Android 4G.

The second offspring of the 4G network handset with an Android OS will be here on August 11. Where? In Sprint stores. This is according to the leak that was published by BGR last Thursday. Its a week earlier than we expected from Samsung. This unofficial Sprint source also noted that the stores in which the handset will be available, will open its doors as early as 8AM. This is accommodate the consumers who’ll thrive to get hold of the new smartphone.

The EPIC 4G will gradually share the same features with Galaxy S and styling cues, but with difference on the slide-out QWERTY keypad and WiMAX support. It also shares a whooping Super AMOLED screen, 5-megapixel camera and a 1GHz CPU with the other Samsung Galaxy S devices.

The pricing hasn’t been hinted yet, but the device would be similar more or less to the other 4G son at Sprint, the HTC Evo 4G which is $200 on a 2-year contract.

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Sprint 4G Hindered by Phone Shortages

Written on July 16, 2010 by Adam Eve

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Suppliers for Sprint phones can't keep up with consumer demands. The result: Sprint 4G phones are out of stock!

Sprint, the only US carrier with a 4G network, is having a good head start. The nation’s third largest carrier hopes that the network will give it an advantage in attracting more customers from their competitors. But potential sales are being limited due to phone shortages.

So far, Sprint has sold 300,000 units of its Evo 4G and the demands had been strong. However, HTC Corp., the Taiwanese company that makes the Evo for Sprint, can’t keep up with it. Now shipping of Evo 4G has been delayed without a specific date. Fortunately, Sprint’s 48.1 million wireless customers doesn’t break out.

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