Tag Archives: HTC Evo View 4G

HTC EVO View 4G and MyTouch 4G Slide get official HTC unlock

HTC has been weathering some stormy seas lately ranging from software issues to litigation. Well, for today, the HTC user community is getting some good news for a change and it looks like all roads lead to root. HTC’s dev portal, HTCDev.com added support for two new devices today, the HTC EVO View 4G and the MyTouch 4G Slide. Now for those that don’t… Read more

HTC EVO View 4G gets Honeycomb update

Well, all you Sprint users who have a little HTC EVO View 4G, good news hits your sweet grubby fingers tonight. The EVO View 4G is going to be getting an update to Honeycomb complete with a “new virtual and holographic user interface”. If you’re thinking, FINALLY! You aren’t alone. The update was promised ages ago by mobile industry standards, but yes if… Read more

HTC Evo View 4G on sale for $229

This holiday season has been filled with Android tablet deals, and today HTC takes the spotlight. The Evo View 4G was not the most popular tablet when originally announced, as it featured lower specs as well as the outdated Android 2.3. Sales were mostly likely mediocre, and it looks like at least one retailer is looking to lower inventory. Normally… Read more

HTC EVO View 4G 32GB no contract / free shipping @ $240

Haven’t gotten an Android device yet? Looking for a cheap tablet? BOOM! For anyone looking to buy an HTC EVO View 4G (HTC Flyer) 7″ Android tablet running on Sprint’s 4G network, now is the time. Bidallies has the tablet in brand-spankin’ new condition for the bargain basement, door-busting price of 239.95 with options for warranty coverage starting at… Read more

HTC Evo View 4G to launch with Honeycomb?

Ever since HTC first announced their 7-inch Flyer tablet, the company has stuck to their guns in saying that Gingerbread (2.3/2.4) was a more appropriate firmware than Honeycomb (3.0) for now. The reasoning? HTC simply didn’t have enough time to customize Honeycomb the way they wanted. Makes sense for a company that heavily relies on a custom UI to set… Read more