From today, several areas of California, along with Florida, Delaware and Michigan are able to receive Sprint's 4G service. Anyone for an EVO 4G?
The Sprint Evo 4G does a lot of things brilliantly, but endurance is not one of them. Until this Mugen battery pack came along, granting Evo owners' wish of a full day's use on one charge.
Google may've let Froyo out of the bag, but until the networks and manufacturers release it that won't mean anything to those ready to kick Android 2.1 to the curb. Sprint and Motorola's (rough/unconfirmed) plans are detailed below. UPDATE
iPhone 4, Droid Incredible, Evo 4G, and Nexus One hardware all cost about the same. But this chart shows exactly how much each will put you out of pocket—data/voice included—over the course of a two year contract.
Sprint initially said the EVO 4G sold more devices in one day than the Palm Pre and Samsung Instinct did in three days combined, but they've now stated "we inadvertently erred in the comparison," with an analyst slashing his estimation of EVO sales from 300,000 to 150,000 for the launch weekend. [Reuters]
11 days before the EVO 4G launches exclusively on Sprint, and hackers have already successfully rooted the phone. Video showing their finesse after the jump.
Ginormous. That's the EVO 4G in a word. The 4.3-inch screen. The 8-megapixel-photo, 720p-video-recording camera. It's the first ever phone with superfast WiMax wireless. It has a kickstand. Like I said, huge.