HTC Evo 4G
Sleek, durable design with kickstand, Solid camera with many shooting modes.
Solid attractive design with built-in kickstand; Best-in-class HD screen; Sharp and fast camera; Google Wallet support; Unlimited data
Can act as a wireless router; has super fast 4G speeds; HDMI port.
Beautiful large LCD Screen, Powerful 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 4G Network capable, Free 4G Hotspot capability, Decent multimedia capabilities.
Huge 4.3inch display, First 4G network device, Fast downloads and media streaming, Doubles as a personal WiFi hotspot.
Big, bright screen, Fast Android 2.1 OS and processor, 8Mp main camera, Open source and app availability
Excellent HTC Sense user interface, beautiful 8 megapixel camera, HDMIout, large display, option to run on 4G networks
First WiMax (4G) handset in America, 8megapixel camera with HD Video recording capabilities, Secondary video call camera, HDMI port for streaming high resolution videos, Android 2.1, Massive 4.3" touch screen, 1GHz Snapdragon processor, YouTube's HQ
The high megapixel dual cameras make video calling clear and crisp. The use of Qik makes video calling simple.
This multimedia cell phone has 4G capability.
Fantastic camera. Blazing fast internet. More connection options than Grand Central Station. Slick user interface easy for novices, yet allows power users to get their nerd on. Deadsimple tethering. Touchscreen keyboard offers ample space, even for fatfin
Huge screen, very fast, Android 2.1 OS plus HTC Sense.
The HTC Evo 4G delivered respectable 4G speeds, and the mobile hot-spot feature lets you connect up to eight devices. The smartphone has a front-facing camera for video chats and also comes with an 8-megapixel camera with HD-video-recording capabilitie...
Superb 8megapixel camera, Gorgeous, responsive display.
First WiMAX phone. Excellent Web browser with some Flash. Terrific 4.3-inch screen. Two cameras. Wi-Fi hotspot mode.
Large, gorgeous 4.3-inch display, Blazing downloads in 4G areas, Fast 1-GHz processor, Very good 8-MP camera and 720p video camcorder (outdoors), Two-way video calling capability
Camera's shutter button doesn't work in lock mode, No LTE network yet
Difficult to learn all functions; devices might cause some security concerns, Reviewer’s ChoiceReviewers Choice
Lackluster battery life without optimization, Camera performance in low light could be better
Bulky, Limited 4G coverage, Extra monthly fees, Convoluted video chat app, Paltry battery life
Short battery life, Limited 4G coverage, No trackball or camera button
Mediocre battery life, midrange 3G speeds, hard to view display in daylight,a bit too bulky, mandatory $10 monthly data premium
Limited 4G coverage area, It is binding for all Sprint customers to pay the $10 premium data addon whether or not they come under the 4G coverage area, Battery performance goes downhill with 4G usage, Only CDMA version available
Hot spot, 4G shorten battery life, No external dedicated camera activation/shutter button.
The phone is bulky and thick.
The EVO 4G contains only 1GB of internal memory.
Sprint's 4G network is limited at this time, making the mandatory $10 premium data add-on tough to swallow for anyone outside of the coverage area. The Evo lacks support for Bluetooth voice-activated dialing. Battery drains quickly with 4G.
Not a great voice phone. 4G coverage is very limited. 4G-only battery life is unflattering.
By SlashGear on May 13, 2012
As HTC ushers in their next generation of smartphones with their hero series of HTC One devices, so too does the impact spread to their other hard-hitting brand lines like what we’re seeing here in the HTC EVO 4G LTE. What we’ve seen of this...-
By PCWorld on May 11, 2012
Sprint's original HTC Evo 4G was the carrier's very first 4G WiMAX phone. Two years (and a few other Evos) later, we have the HTC Evo 4G LTE ($200 with a new two-year contract from Sprint; price as of 5/10/12). But despite the name, this...80
By LaptopMag on May 11, 2012
A fantastic display, superfast camera and unlimited data make the Evo 4G LTE a compelling choice, but this Android phone doesn't yet live up to its...80
By Engadget on May 10, 2012
Let's not mince words here -- the EVO 4G LTE is a great phone in search of a network. Yes, it's thin, light, beautifully made and amazingly fast, with a gorgeous screen and a remarkable camera. Sense 4 enhances Ice Cream Sandwich without...-
By BrightHub on August 09, 2011
Currently the HTC EVO 4G is a top contender for the best Android phone on the market. It is expensive and when you factor in a contract and data usage, especially if you aren’t getting full advantage out of the 4G functionality, then it may...100
By eTech Reviews on January 04, 2011
While writing the HTC EVO 4G review, the first thing I noticed was that it is a huge phone. The device is a bit taller as compared to the iPhone and a wider too. The thin chassis means that this device is quite comfortable in the hand. Also, you will...-
By HotHardware on December 21, 2010
Sprint may have touted "firsts" when it launched the EVO 4G and its WiMAX network, but the wireless carrier knows that its competition isn't far behind. As a result, Sprint must offer compelling handsets as well as killer speeds to attract users....-
By infoSync World on October 14, 2010
The Jolly Green Giant of smartphones has been reviewed, and we'd say that the HTC EVO 4G is one of the best models out there, even after spending quality time with its many competitors. No other phone provided such a power-packed arsenal of tricks...95
By Government Computer News on September 01, 2010
Despite my noticeable excitement over the mobile device, there are some drawbacks, and I am not talking about the limited 4G network because that’s just a natural growing pain. First, the device’s battery life is good, unless you use the 4G....-
By Benchmark Reviews on August 01, 2010
IMPORTANT: Although the rating and final score mentioned in this conclusion are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at various points in time. While we each do our best to...-