EVO 4G have a 1GHz Snapdragon processor, 4.3-inch WVGA display, 8 megapixel camera with 720p video recording, HDMI-out, and WiMAX compatibility. Of course, the list of potential deal-breakers for a phone is as long as the EVO 4G’s display is wide; to put it another way, there are countless ways HTC, Sprint, or even Google could’ve screwed this thing up. So does this moderately intimidating black slab of pure engineering and marketing.Now you can know How to change HTC EVO 4G…..
It may be America’s first 4G smartphone, but if we had to guess, we’d surmise that not everyone sees it as perfect. Even if we (almost) did. HTC’s EVO 4G was (and still is) a showstopper of epic proportions, boasting one of the largest screens in the smartphone universe and offering blistering speed under the hood.
But with phone innovation happening faster than anyone could’ve ever imagined just a few years ago, we’re sure that some ideas have been planted in your head since its launch earlier in the year.
For those who’ve been toying with this here phone, we’re keenly interested in learning how you’d change things if given the chance. Would you offer a 3G-only version for those uninterested in paying that extra $10 / month surcharge? Would you be a lot more satisfied with Android 2.2 loaded on? Toss it over to another carrier? Go on and get vocal in comments below, cool?