Sprint unveils EVO 4G : An HTC WiMax phone

On 23 March 2010, Sprint Nextel Corp unveiled the HTC EVO 4G from HTC Corp. HTC EVO is Verizon’s first cellphone that will support its WiMax high-speed wireless service.Analysts had expected the phone to be called Supersonic, which Sprint revealed was the code name for the phone.


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 A 4.3 inch screen, which is designed for video viewing and Web browsing and is 30 percent bigger than the screen of the Apple Inc iPhone.

 Runs on Google Inc. Android software.

 Has an 8 megapixel camera for taking photos and video and a second camera on the front for applications like video chat.

 device will support Sprint's CDMA network, as well as the higher speed WiMax network(country's first fourth-generation 4G ) operated by Clearwire Corp. Although the company expects customers on its older network to buy the phone.

Sprint said it would start selling the device this summer and would unveil pricing for the phone and its wireless service closer to the launch date. Although associated declined to comment on device’s price, an executive from Sprint said it would be in the high end of the smartphone range. --------

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