HTC has finally rolled out Android 2.2 Froyo for HTC EVO 4G on Sprint. The image is available as direct download from HTC’s website. Here is the official description from Sprint.
Need For Speed: Shift on iPhone and iPad is one hell of a game, with great and stunning graphics along with smooth game play. And if you think that only Apple fans will get all the quality gaming love? you’ll be wrong. Sprint and Electronic Arts has confirmed that Need For Speed: Shift will hit Android Market on 4th of June, the same day as HTC EVO 4G’s launch.
The most powerful Android handset to date has finally got a release date, and price. HTC EVO 4G will be available on Sprint’s 4G network starting 4th of June, for $199 (after all the discounts) on a new contract. To enjoy WiMAX on this device, you will be paying $10 extra a month for the “Premium Data add-on” on top your chosen plan. Moreover, the 8-device hotspot feature will cost $29.99 extra every month. Since the device has a front cam for video conferencing, you’ll be able to do video chats over both 3G and 4G speeds using Qik app.
In a day full of leaks, details have emerged about a new Android 2.1 powered phone by Dell. Dubbed as “Thunder”, the phone features similar specs to that of its Windows Phone 7 counterpart which is known as Dell Lightning.
Sprint and HTC stole the show at CTIA when they announced EVO 4G – the first ever Android powered 4G capable phone; slated for summer 2010 release. This phone is a beast with a 4.3 inches display (first for an Android phone), 8 megapixels camera which is capable of shooting high-definition 720p video, HDMI out, Flash 10.1 enabled browser, and lots more.
Sprint’s newly accounted HTC EVO 4G is no doubt a phone which packs a punch inside out. It is partially a HTC HD2, running Android 2.1 on top of it. That is something to brag about! Take a look at this hands-on review of this superb device.