Latest HTC EVO 4G video offers some more personal time with the device

Latest HTC EVO 4G video offers some more personal time with the device
With no pause in getting some more attention for itself, the latest HTC EVO 4G posted on YouTube by HTC offers some additional personal time with the smartphone. We're greeted to a rendered mock up with the device as the camera zooms in and out to capture all of the phone's essence and uniqueness that's sure to stand among its peers. This latest video only adds to the device's legendary status already as being garnered as a pioneer towards the next generation of devices on the horizon that are expected to take a plunge into the 4G realm. As long as they can continue to put out interesting videos, it'll no doubt be able to conjure up a following that's sure to withstand the streaming news of other highly expected devices.

HTC EVO 4G Specifications | Hands-on

source: YouTube via BGR



13. CRICKETownz

Posts: 980; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

The HTC EVO looks like a nice alternative to the HD2. May be a win for Sprint. Too bad us no WiMAXX'ers can't experience the 4.3" touchscreen goodness. Wonder what

14. herbiederb

Posts: 275; Member since: Jan 28, 2010

The drug I dont remember smoking must be wearing out cuz what you posted here was half conherent and half cracked out.

12. ilia1986 unregistered

If Only the next Iphone would have similar specs.. but hey - it just might!

3. BlackberryUser

Posts: 609; Member since: Jun 26, 2009

When this comes to VZW I might have to buy it to play with it.

5. omarc26

Posts: 360; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

i dnt htink verizon will be getting this phone.. and even if they do the verizon version will probably not be 4G and will not have a front facing camera for video calling like the sprint version. cause verizon doesnt have video calling and sprints 4G does video calling ...

6. underwood2012

Posts: 62; Member since: Sep 12, 2009

When this comes to Verizon? You'll be waiting, for how long? For about, I don't know, forever. This is a WiMAX enabled phone, not LTE - Which Verizon so clearly has stated will be its flavor of 4G when it rolls out. So I do not think Verizon will get this phone. Maybe something similar. But definitely not the HTC EVO 4G. If you are talking about the HTC HD2, I apologize, since the above comment(s) are about the HD2. Verizon may get it, just maybe - But I really doubt it. (But I am just going to assume it was about the EVO 4G.)

8. jenna_23

Posts: 145; Member since: Apr 02, 2010

i totally agree with u verizon will prolly not get this phone. also sprint's 4G wimax service can do video calling . verizon has not even started rolling out there LTE network so therefore they do not have video calling .. like sprint does.

9. jenna_23

Posts: 145; Member since: Apr 02, 2010

i also agree with u . verizon has stated that they prefer LTE over WIMAX so i also think verizon will not get this phone .. yes they might get something similar and name it something different once they roll out LTE but for sure most likely they will not get the HTC EVO 4G . .

11. DonLouie

Posts: 594; Member since: Dec 22, 2008

That will be one long wait, 4G (LTE) will be here soon enough but phones will be next year at the earliest.

1. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Now I feel my HTC HD2 is weak lol

2. aarongzmn

Posts: 46; Member since: Mar 22, 2010

Im thinking of getting the Evo. Since the HD2 is similar in size, i want to get your opinion. Its not too big is it? I have the Touch Pro 2 right now. Do you know how it compares in size? Ill probably get it anyway, I just want to know what to expect. Thanks.

4. Sellcell

Posts: 118; Member since: Mar 16, 2010

take a look at the hd2, there about the same.

7. Jeradiah3

Posts: 1149; Member since: Feb 11, 2010

i have the palm pre from sprint and im thinking of getting the evo 4g as well. as far as the touch pro 2 is concerned, its too thick for me if i put it in my pocket. i hope the phone lives up to the hype

10. CRICKETownz

Posts: 980; Member since: Oct 24, 2009

So does the snapdragon processor do much for cut down on the lag that usually happens with windows phones? That would be a let down if it didn't.

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