The Sprint HTC EVO One is in the middle, the AT&T HTC One X - on the left and T-Mobile's HTC One S on the right.
Sprint-bound HTC EVO One surfaces: coming with LTE in June?
The HTC EVO One seems to be a One X lookalike coming to Sprint and the first press shots of the upcoming device have surfaced on PocketNow. The HTC EVO One will be one of Sprint’s first LTE handsets after Sprint called it quits with the slower and less popular WiMAX 4G technology.
The handset is expected to announced officially tomorrow, but the rumor mill has already churned out the specs. The EVO One should be pretty similar to the One X with the same brillian huge 4.7-inch display with an HD resolution and Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and sporting integrated LTE. There’s also an 8-megapixel camera on the back and 2-megapixel shooter up front, ideal for video conferencing.
The difference is said to be in the battery - the EVO One could feature a huge 2650mAh battery and a kickstand on the back as two welcome additions. Along with those, the handset will sport improved haptic feedback and an NFC chip.
The HTC EVO One release date is set for June 6th, if we are to believe the rumors, and if not just equip yourself with one day worth of patience. By now, your best developed virtue, we bet.