HTC Evo was unveiled in March 2010 and attaches ‘America’s first 4G phone’ tag to its name. Sprint’s upcoming handset has now popped up on Best Buy. With this interesting appearance of the Sprint HTC Evo 4G on Best Buy, it looks like the retail giant has plans to sell it.
For the uninitiated, the innovative HTC phone is said to pack in a rich mobile Internet experience thanks to Sprint 4G speeds. The feature-loaded phone will allow users to download music, photos, files or videos in a jiffy. They would also be free to stream video or create their own content while also uploading it to social networks.
Allowing users to share the power of the 4G network, users can create their hotspot seamlessly with up to 8 Wi-Fi enabled devices. Based on the powerful Android operating system, the phone includes access to thousands of cool apps. Sporting a large, vibrant 4.3-inch screen, the phone is powered by a blazing-fast 1 GHz Snapdragon processor.
Incorporated with a superior HTML Web browser, it also includes two cameras, counting an 8.0MP. Google mobile services bundled in are Google Maps, Gmail and YouTube. Offering social network integration with Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and more, the phone should operate in 3G and 4G markets. HDMI connection is also featured in this phone.
The HTC Evo 4G phone is coming in summer 2010, though there’s no mention of its price yet. Rumors hit the nail at a price of $299 with a 2-year contract with Sprint for this phone, though its yet to be confirmed.