Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Review: The HTC Evo 4G For Only $0.01

The HTC Evo 4G plays on the first three letters of the word evolutionary. And while the phone does pack a huge multimedia punch, and comes configured with all of the multimedia and multitasking features that you would expect in a top 4G phone, to use “evolutionary” would be a stretch in describing it. However, with 4G phones running north of $200 in retail price, there is one area where HTC made the Evo 4G for Sprint evolutionary. That is an pricing. You can probably lift of the cushions of your couch right now and find enough money to buy this top-flight 4G smartphone.

For only one penny you can own a big screen, high-resolution, multi-featured Android smartphone with access to the Android market and 200,000 applications and games. Phones with similar features run anywhere from $49-$249 in the 4G marketplace. And Sprint’s 4G system is up to 10 times faster than the 3G counterpart. There is also a very powerful and efficient processing engine that HTC packed into the Evo 4G to make multitasking and all your multimedia requests simple and rewarding.
New customers can buy the HTC Evo 4G for only $.01 and existing upgrades are only $89.

The processor referred to above is a single core Snapdragon 1 GHz processing chip set, with 512 MB of RAM and 1 GB of ROM. With the RAM of ROM combo, the Snapdragon has plenty of room to operate, and will never bog you down or slow you down when multitasking. Thanks to a 3-D graphics accelerator which is also part of his processing chip set, and their big, bright, high contrast screen, all your multimedia applications are enjoyable as well.
The high res screen on the HTC Evo 4G offers 800 x 480 pixel resolution in a 4.3 inch format. This is also a capacitive multitouch screen, with a light sensor that changes to offer the best view possible depending on your ambient light. An 8 megapixel rear cam offers recording your memories and video in 720p high definition resolution, there is a forward facing video chat cam, micro-USB slot, micro-SD port for expansion and HDMI out capability for mirroring your video and slide shows to a big screen HDTV.
The HTC Evo 4G also benefits from something that non-HTC handsets cannot deliver. The HTC Sense user interface is one of the smoothest and most enjoyable navigation systems in the entire mobile marketplace. So, all you cheapskates and skinflints, squeeze one penny out of your miserly budget and enjoy a top performing, full-featured 4G smartphone in the HTC Evo 4G.
New customers can buy the HTC Evo 4G for only $.01 and existing upgrades are only $89.

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