By >Akihabara News Team
Sprint is proud to announce Android smartphone HTC EVO 4G WiMax
Blu-ray, USB 3.0, 3D, DDR3 RAM… and here we now have 4G going official.
Sprint, leading U.S. national carrier, unveiled Evo at the CTIA Wireless trade show yesterday. Evo above all stands out as being the very first 4G phone in the US, and Sprint the first and only national carrier to provide 4G service. Let’s jump to the specs:
Still capable of receiving 3G signals, the HTC EVO runs on Android 2.1, sports a 4.3-inch pinch-to-zoom screen (480×800 TFT LCD), 1GHz Snapdragon processor, one 8 MP auto-focus camera with HD-capable video camcorder and a front-facing camera 1.3MP camera, HDMI out, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g, 8GB microSD card, HD video recording and playback, kickstand, 1 GB built-in storage, 512 MB of RAM. What’s more, it also functions as a Hotspot for up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices.
No word on pricing, yet but Sprint announces it will be available in the US this summer.