Tag Archives: EVO

Sprint Officially Announced HTC EVO 4G LTE Delay

Looks like the HTC EVO 4G LTE will not be coming when announced. To make matters worse, further shipments of the AT&T HTC One X will also be delayed, so stock may run out. HTC shared this statement about the delay of HTC phones explaining the situation: “The US availability of HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE has been delayed due to a standard U.S…. Read more

Amazon Opens Pre-Orders For EVO 4G LTE, Only $150

Just like many websites, Amazon is letting people pre-order the HTC EVO 4G LTE for a mere $150. Great price for a high end phone. This deal applies to both new lines and lines with an upgrade (many of Amazon’s deals only apply to new lines, so this is good news). If you’ve been looking to pre-order an LTEvo but haven’t yet, this is a good chance…. Read more

EVO 4G LTE Bootloader Unlockable, In Case You Were Worried

I’d be worried too, after finding out that the AT&T One X came with a permanently locked bootloader. But no, the EVO 4G LTE can be unlocked just as easy as the international One X. If you really do want to unlock your bootloader and lose your warranty, head over to HTCDev for all the tools and instructions. It’s sad that HTC’s unlock tool doesn’t… Read more

Preordered Your HTC EVO 4G LTE Already? Read The ‘Getting Started Guide’ Early

If you already pre-ordered your HTC EVO 4G LTE this morning and you’re looking for something to pass the time while you watch for the delivery man to come, here’s some extra reading as Sprint’s made the “Getting Started” guide for the EVO 4G LTE available early. Most of what’s contained inside this guide is already well-known and pretty self… Read more

HTC Posts Sprint EVO 4G LTE Camera Samples

The Sprint EVO 4G LTE, a variant of the HTC One X but with a microSD card slot and an extra 200 mAh in its battery (for a total of a 2,000 mAh), has been long awaited as the true successor to the legendary EVO 4G. Other EVO variants have been nowhere near as popular as the original EVO 4G, and people are hoping the 4G LTE will be HTC’s return to the top… Read more

Can The Galaxy Nexus Save Sprint?

It’s no secret that Sprint is struggling as a network, with many users reporting poor 3G speeds and a weak 4G network. On top of that, they are now making the switch from WiMax to LTE, a move that will either make or break the carrier. Sprint was once a premiere Android carrier, with the EVO 4G, the best phone of its time. Since then there hasn’t been an… Read more