HTC Evo 4G LTE Video
HTC Evo 4G LTE Video Transcript
Hi. This is Bryan Bennett at CNET.com and today we're taking a look at the EVO 4G LTE for Sprint. Now this device is not the new flagship phone for Sprint. It's hoping to capture some of that EVO 4G magic from a few years back. This phone has a dual core 1.5 gigahertz Snap Dragon S4 Processor and this unfortunately is not the quad core processor from Invidia, the Tegra 3 which is in the international version of the HTC 1X but it still should be plenty fast. It also has a 4.7 inch screen super LCD 2. As you can see it also is running Ice Cream Sandwich Android and is running HTC's new version of Sense version 4.0. This device is also extremely thin and it has... it... complete aluminum construction. Also, has a kickstand here which you can pull out and it's all in all very handsome attractive, very thin device. It also has a 8 megapixel camera on back with a dedicated camera button here and also you know has a lot of the sort of styling around the edges that's very nice. Almost Blackberry like. So, this is very slick looking device. Has LTE 4G. This is one of Sprint's first LTE devices. This phone will be hitting stores on pre-order May 7th and the price is gonna be 199. Hopefully, we will get one in soon and let you know what we think.
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