Will the HTC Jewel Be Sprint’s HTC EVO LTE?

Will the HTC Jewel Be Sprint's HTC EVO LTE?

At Mobile World Congress 2012, HTC introduced the HTC One X smartphone for AT&T. It also announced the HTC One S for T-Mobile. Surprisingly absent was a device for Sprint, the carrier that helped make HTC a household name with the launch of the HTC EVO 4G in 2010. Fortunately, it seems that HTC hasn’t […]

Sprint HTC EVO Design 4G Review (Video)

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The HTC EVO Design 4G goes back to basic black with a stunning design, great user experience through Android 2.3 Gingerbread and the latest HTC Sense 3.0. Priced at a modest $99 on a two-year contract, the EVO Design will not only compete for pocket space of those looking for mid-range smartphone, but also for […]

Netflix App for Android Arrives for Select Devices

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Finally, after what seemed like an eternity, the official Netflix application for Android has arrived on the Android Market. However, there is some bad news that comes attached to the app, something that is surely not going to sit well with a good amount of Android owners. It’s only available for select phones and that […]

EVO 3D to Succeed Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G at CTIA?

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In addition to the rumored Nexus S 4G and EVO Flyer Tablet, Sprint could be launching an EVO 3D smartphone as a successor to its flagship HTC EVO 4G Android smartphone on the Now Network. The original HTC EVO 4G was launched at the Spring CTIA last year, making the wireless industry trade show later […]

HTC EVO Shift 4G for Sprint Appears in Best Buy Inventory Systems

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It looks like Android Police has just posted some screenshots of Best Buy’s computer inventory system, which reveals the Sprint HTC EVO Shift 4G Android smartphone for Sprint’s 3G CDMA and 4G WiMax network will be priced at $150 at launch with a two-year service agreement. Best Buy will also be offering several pricing levels […]

More Images of the HTC EVO Shift 4G for Sprint Emerge

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With the HTC EVO Shift 4G hitting Best Buy’s inventory systems recently, and also garnering FCC approval, it seems that a launch may be imminent. With CES just around the corner–a potential announcement could be held at the trade show–we’re beginning to see more images of the Sprint 4G WiMax device emerge. The HTC EVO […]

HTC EVO 4G’s Hip Hop Fan Boys

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I knew there was some serious EVO 4G fans in t he racing community due to the whole NASCAR sponsorship thing, but I had no idea rappers loved their EVOs so much. Some express the kind of love for their EVOs that I’ve rarely seen outside of the confines of Apple fanboyism. My friend Avram […]

HTC EVO Shift Going Through FCC?

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Details from the FCC show that a smartphone made by HTC with a dual-band CDMA and WiMax radio going through regulatory approval, but not much else is known at this time. From that basic information, we can infer that the phone will most likely be destined for Sprint as Sprint is the big U.S. carrier […]

HTC EVO named the hottest of the hotspot phones

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You might be saying to yourselves, “well duh, the HTC EVO is the fastest smartphone with hotspot access: it’s on 4G”. True, but it wasn’t the only 4G phone tested by LAPTOP Magazine, nor is it dominating only on 4G. Also: it seems the newest DROIDs aren’t necessarily the fastest.   

Seriously, there is an OLED shortage

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I’ve mentioned this in passing a couple of times, but there is an OLED shortage. Samsung is taking the lead in addressing the problem, but building a new state-of-the-art factory takes more than a couple of months. In the meantime, there is an OLED shortage.