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HTC EVO 4G: Smartphone Revolution ?

Written By soen on Friday, June 4, 2010 | 6/04/2010

Link2Mobile. Most wireless operators will follow in the footsteps Sprint if they have the willingness and encouragement to stay in business. Sprint HTC's new smartphone is being touted as EVO 4G new ruler of the kingdom of Android. The will launch the new Evo 4G phones coming in June. But it has a crown really has passed? 4G network offers fast internet speed and download speed. You can also use a WiFi enabled gadgets to connect to the internet via your HTC Evo.
HTC EVO 4G
It's hard to miss all the gushing over the HTC EVO 4G's display, and there's a reason for the excitement: The phone has one sweet screen, and you don't have to be an Android fanboy to see that. The EVO 4G's 4.3-inch display beats the Nexus One's 3.7-inch offering (which beat practically everything else back when it debuted). Both devices feature the same WVGA resolution: 800-by-480. With all the buzz surrounding HTC Evo 4G, Most wireless companies will start introducing new 4G phones within months and expect to completely be on a 4G network within 5 years. The HTC Evo also features a camera on the front of the phone for video chatting.

The HTC EVO 4G is powered by the same chip as the Nexus -- that snazzy-sounding 1GHz Snapdragon processor -- so there's a virtual tie in that department.When it comes to cameras, the HTC EVO 4G is victorious: Its back has an 8-megapixel camera and its front features a 1.3-megapixel one. The Nexus One, in comparison, has a single 5-megapixel photo-snapper.

4G Service will currently be offered in 32 major cities and Sprint plans on adding at least dozen more by the end of 2010. The HTC Evo runs on Google’s powerful and new OS, Android. The HTC Evo is truly one of the best phones for 2010 and 4G is the icing on the cake. HTC Evo 4G will also work on Sprint’s 3G network so don’t worry if your current city is not in the 4G network list.

Ultimately, the truth is that there'll never be an end-all Android phone; it really comes down to what's right for you. Given the nature of the platform's open ecosystem, a new contender will always be right around the corner, and hyperbole-loving bloggers will always be chomping at the bit to label it the "killer" of everything else
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