Sprint HTC EVO LTE 4G Android phone is now available at [easyazon-link asin=”B007ZUN6GS” locale=”us”]AmazonWireless for just $49.99[/easyazon-link] with a 2 year contract, the sale is only for a limited time. The deal is available for new customers, existing customers, and also customers looking to add another line. Existing customers would be required to extend the contract by 2 years.
This handset is one of the much anticipated HTC devices in the United States (US) because it features LTE connectivity while sporting fairly high hardware specs. While we already know Evo LTE 4G will be made available in midyear, it will be offered in limited markets for a shorter period of time. Thus, the people who may have been waiting for the release of this device may head straight to Amazon to place an order.
This 4.7-incher device comes with a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 dual-core processor clocked at 1.5GHz, paired with 1GB of RAM making it one of the most powerful LTE-enabled devices in the US. Its specs, design, OS and connectivity features are its highlights and these aspects also made it so attractive for both tech enthusiasts and Android lovers. While technology is fast evolving, not every day can people see an HTC smartphone with LTE-capability and being operated by Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Aside from the obvious LTE feature which can be shared through mobile hotspot functionality that comes native to it, HTC Evo LTE 4G is capable of multi-tasking through the help of Recent Apps button. Owners of this phone can switch from one task to another without putting so much strain on the phone’s memory.
The Face Unlock option is also available in this device which uses face recognition technology. Many manufacturers are trying to stuff face unlock to their devices but unfortunately, there is only a handful of brands that actually come with. So, like the other high-end devices, owners would be able unlock their screen without using their fingers, rather their faces. You can also add Voice Input app that serves like Samsung’s S-Voice for Apple’s Siri.
After the release of HTC One X, the Taiwanese phone maker hasn’t released devices that would pose a significant threat to other manufacturers. Instead, it waited for the right time to launch a new surprise for people who have been waiting for smartphones that could give their internet connection a boost in speed. Evo LTE 4G is apparently a catch-up device for the company and knowing LTE is among the fastest-selling commodities in the US, HTC couldn’t just afford to let possible sales and popularity pass by.
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