Sunday, June 20, 2010

The HTC EVO 4G Android phone

There is quite a choice of Android handsets available now so I thought it might be helpful to have a look at some of the pros and cons of each in a sort of mini series.
First up is the HTC EVO 4G smartphone which is known for its Sprint services. This is currently quite a large device so you may not find it as pocket-friendly as you might be hoping.
However industry experts have noted the polished feel of the phone and marvelled at how well-designed it is. The handset seems to be durable with only four moving parts to worry about.
The HTC EVO 4G Android phone is really good for its GPS functions so with a phone like this there is no need to have those tiresome map-reading arguments which can so dominate a holiday. The HTC EVO 4G Android phone also comes with Wi-Fi tethering and is a particularly good way to check your correspondence if you use the excellent Gmail beta email provider. The account set up for all these features is beyond simple and the web-browsing is extremely efficient. The information search function is completely comprehensive, returning you all the possible results.
All of this is performed with effortless scrolling - you won't find responsivity to be a problem with the HTC EVO 4G Android phone. There is long battery life too.
Many users site the network as one of the most enticing factors about the HTC EVO 4G Android phone as it uses Verizon. Verizon has a reputation among many smartphone users in the US for providing better and more consistent coverage than AT&T which handles the iPhone.
The HTC EVO 4G Android phone is also relatively reset-free with a handy way to shut down apps that aren't working without compromising your whole user-experience.
Negatives of the HTC EVO 4G Android phone are an inability to speed-dial easily and some connectivity problems with Bluetooth.
For a comparison with the Palm Pre check out this article. Overall, although using the HTC EVO 4G Android phone may be complicated to start with, it is a very rewarding device.

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