The years have taken their toll on the EVO 4G, as the processor, screen size, and operating system become dated: but the call for a successor grows stronger. With the original EVO 4G dominating the market of late 2010 and most of 2011, the hype for the successor grew weekly as new devices emerged with dual core processors and superior screens. Nearly a year and a half after the release of the original flagship device, HTC followed through with the announcement and quick release of the EVO 4G LTE only for it to be plagued by various delays. With the EVO landing in customer’s hands early, here’s our take on the new EVO branded device.
If you’re covered by T-Mobile and have been looking forward to getting Ice Cream Sandwich for your HTC Sensation 4G or the Amaze 4G, here’s some good vague news; Ice Cream Sandwich will be available for your device. That’s it. That’s all we got. [Read more...]
Verizon is offering up two different 4G LTE smartphones for the same low price – $100 will get you either the LG Spectrum or the HTC Rezound.
These devices typically go for $200, so getting [Read more...]
HTC announced more devices that will be receiving the upgrade to Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich. They relayed the news via their Facebook page, and included four new devices. [Read more...]
Prepare yourselves- HTC has released its schedule for devices getting the upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich.
By the end of March devices including the HTC Sensation, Sensation 4G, and the Sensation XE will have [Read more...]
If you were looking to start up a new service, check out this deal from Wirefly.
As long as you sign up for a new 2-year contract agreement with Sprint, Wirefly can give you the HTC EVO 3D for just $49.99.
The Evo 3D runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread, and other specs on the device include a 4.3 Inch qHD Super LCD 3D screen, 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, 1GB RAM, 1GB built-in storage and Sense 3.0. It’s also got a 5MP back camera with 3D picture and video capture, and a 2MP front-facing camera.
Even though the HTC Status (or “Facebook Phone”) has only been out for a little over a month, it may have already overstayed its welcome. Rumor has it that the Status will be getting the boot from AT&T.
According to TechCrunch, “multiple sources” have confirmed that the carrier will be bailing on the phone because of underselling of the product. This may not come as a shock to some (or anyone) since the phone sort of took off as a dud at the start. The “Facebook”-ness of the phone relied solely on the ability to update smoothly with their Blackberry style keyboard, and the dedicated Facebook button at the bottom of the page. Apparently, the phone is difficult to navigate, overwhelmed by Sense, and in my opinion kind of pointless. The audience they were aiming for was probably aiming themselves for a better gadget anyway.
AT&T released an official statement contradicting these rumors though, saying, “The HTC Status is a great product and our plans for it to be part of our portfolio haven’t changed.”
We’ll see, we’ll see.
Amazon Wireless has quite the deal for the HTC Thunderbolt going on right now- you can go to their site and get the Thunderbolt for just one cent.
There’s a commitment involved of course. You have to sign up for a two year contract with Verizon, which could be a deal breaker for some. But if you were already thinking of making the switch, there’s no better time than now when getting the $250 retail price waived for your new phone is an option.
The HTC Thunderbolt is on Verizon’s 4G LTE network and runs Android 2.2 Froyo; it’s got a 4.3 inch TFT display, a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 768MB RAM, 8MP rear facing camera with a 1.3MP front camera, and 8GB built-in storage.
If this new deal has caught your attention, you can grab this phone for practically nothing here.
This EVO 3D has strayed from the typical “look” its family offers, which is a pretty big appeal to customers who may not have been totally sold on the phone before.
The new, white, sleek HTC EVO 3D will be hitting RadioShack (and only RadioShack) September 9, so if it caught your eye, you’ll know where and when to get your hands on it.
There isn’t a confirmed price for this made-over EVO, but it shouldn’t wander off too far from it’s counterpart’s $199 (on contract) price tag.
If the HTC Status- or “Facebook Phone” as it’s more often referred to- caught your interest, you should be happy to hear that a release date and price has been officially confirmed by AT&T.
The phone with integrated facebook features and the first dedicated Facebook button will be coming July 17th, for 50 bucks on contract. It’s got a 2.6 inch 480×320 display, Android 2.3 Gingerbread, HTC Sense, 5 mega-pixel camera, and a blackberry-style keyboard. Pre-order starts today.