Remember when the best free phone you could get was monochrome candy bar phone? And you were thankful because that Nokia phone had Snake on it. Things are better now—you can get an actual smartphone from a carrier for free (with the usual two-year contract). But which is the best one from each carrier? Let's jump into…
The HTC Evo 3D is the first major 3D phone to hit these shores, but the price tag doesn't reflect the bonus dimension; according to this leaked RadioShack flier, the handset will cost $200 on-contract. And ship with a movie!
Make of it what you will, but HTC was busy in the trademark office on October 11, when it filed for a trademark on the term "HTC EVO Shift 4G."
Thanks to the popularity of Evo, Sprint gained 111,000 net subscribers in the second quarter, the first time the company has seen net subscriber growth in three years.
If the 395 results of this week's cellphone Shooting Challenge prove anything, it's that there's no excuse for taking a bad photo with a cellphone, even if resolution, color processing and exposure limitations force you to get a bit creative.
Best Buy employee Brian Maupin got internet famous last week with this iPhone 4 versus HTC Evo video. Which made Best Buy upset enough to suspend and threaten to fire the guy. Today, Maupin was granted a stay of termination.
PCMag ran the Evo, the Droid X, the Droid Incredible, and the iPhone 4 through a gauntlet of tests to determine which really has best display. Here's what DisplayMate President Dr. Raymond Soneira has to say about the results.
A Sprint source has leaked to BGR that the HTC Evo will mostly likely be getting a software update on June 28th. The update would bring improved Wi-Fi (802.11n, we're guessing), fix Exchange issues and repair a battery-draining problem with the official Facebook app. Why Sprint continues to have their Nascar app run…
The Evo has an 802.11n-capable chip inside, but it's gimped to run slower 802.11g. If you've rooted your Evo (a serious task in itself), modders can help you remedy this limitation by changing just two lines of code.
This newly announced white HTC Evo goes on sale starting July 11 at Best Buy (pre-orders begin today). But you know what? HTC could do better if they just showed us the masculinity going on under the hood:
Magnetic cellphone lens attachments are admittedly ridiculous, but given that the HTC Evo has an 8MP camera (albeit sorta crappy), I can understand the draw. I mean, just look at what a macro Evo can do for some Fig Newtons:
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]
OK, so the details are all out in the open, so the $10 million question is this: this summer, would you rather buy an iPhone 4 or an HTC Evo?
News just in—the HTC EVO 4G has officially been more loved on launch day than the Palm Pre. While queues were around the block for many Sprint stores selling the webOS phone last June, it wasn't any match for the HTC EVO 4G. Friday saw the most sales for any one phone sold at Sprint in one day—in fact, there were…
If the Evo has a flaw, it's battery life. While run time's impressive as a wireless hotspot, it's unoptimized in every other regard. MobileCrunch assembled a list of tricks to extend battery life. Combined, they'll buy you 2+ more hours.
We like the HTC EVO, which means we're pained that it isn't getting Android 2.2 Froyo just yet. BUT WAIT. You can manually install it, "unofficially", if you root the phone.
You know that scene in Iron Man 2, where Justin Hammer asks Rhodey which weapons he wants inside War Machine—and Rhodey says "all of them"? That's exactly how the Evo 4G was born. Somebody said "everything."