The HTC Evo 4G from Sprint has Stunner written all over it. Without a doubt, it must be one of the most awaited gadgets to come out in 2010. A powerful processor, additional memory, high resolution camera, reliable OS, extra on-board storage, all makes it a winner.


Looking at the specs list, here are the 10 reasons to be excited about!

10 Reasons Why HTC Evo 4G is a Winner

1. 4G Network – 4G means high speed Internet connectivity with download speeds that are up to 10 times faster than 3G speeds. Wow!

2. 4.3-inch Touch Screen – No other Android phone has ever had a 4.3 inch screen before. HTC HD2 has a similar screen, but it runs on a soon-to-be-outdated Windows Mobile 6.5 OS. Browsing on 4G means faster download of multimedia content, which makes 4.3inch screen worthwhile to have!


3. Two Cameras – HTC Evo 4G will come with 2 cameras – a 8-megapixel camera for photos and HD-capable video capture and a 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera, presumably for video chat and self portraits. Now that’s make it a real smartphone.

4. Mobile Hotspot – HTC Evo 4G also includes built-in support for creating mobile hotspot on demand, allowing up to eight Wi-Fi-enabled devices to connect to it and utilize Sprint’s 4G network while on the go.

5. Memory – HTC Evo 4G comes with 1GB of built-in memory and 512MB of RAM which means more storage for apps and more memory to process.

6. Kickstand – This phone is meant for viewing high definition content and having a chrome kickstand for propping the screen upright on a table or desk makes it even better.

7. Helicopter View – Unlike iPhone OS, Android has always supported multi-tasking. With Evo 4G, HTC layers its Sense user interface on top of Android 2.1, but with a new feature called “Leap”. With this, you can view all the other 7 homescreens by just pinching anywhere on the current homescreen.

8. HDMI – The HDMI-out can hook up your HTC Evo 4G with your TV, given an adapter.

9. Connectivity Options – It comes with CDMA2000/EV-DO Rev. A/4G WiMAX; 802.16e: 2500MMz; Wi-Fi (802.11b/g); Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP Stereo and EDR. What’s missing?

10. It is the first ever 4G phone in US, and with killer features like above, it is bound to be a winner. Let us just hope that the pricing is apt and data plans are affordable!

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