HTC EVO View 4G

  • HTC EVO View 4G
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Based on 8 scores, 18 reviews available
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Pros:

  • Light and small, A bigger screen than phones, Clear video on front and rear camera, Single core 1.5 ghz
  • Great materials and design, Highquality display, Battery life is more than adequate, Sense 3.0 almost makes up for the lack of Android 3.0, HTC Scribe is a cool feature, WiMAX support.
  • Great compact 7inch design, 4G offers excellent speeds

Cons:

  • The stylus was useless and is expensive, It was not as nice as I would have liked
  • No Honeycomb yet, Lackluster camera performance, Scribe pen is yet another accessory to carry around

Expert reviews and ratings

By reviewed.com on -

Meet the HTC EVO View 4G, an entry-level 7 inch tablet for use either WiFi only, or on the Sprint network. While it doesn't exactly wow with a mediocre performance, it is light and portable enough, while suffering few setbacks from a software standpoint....

By androidheadlines.com on -

If you are looking for a tablet that is a BIT cheaper than the big boys and is easy to carry around with you (even fits in my pocket), this could be the one. It is a mere 7 inches and is very portable. Light weight and does all that a phone does. It...

By CellPhoneQuick on -

It got a bright display and a good battery life, the design of the EVO View 4G tablet is good. Sprint 4G is consistently fast, but not enough compelling feature to seal the buying decision, the addition of WiMAX is not enough to soften the criticism,...

By The Gadgeteer on -

About 3 weeks ago, a box from Sprint arrived. Inside the box was a kitten. No, sorry…actually it was this nifty 7″ Android tablet from HTC, the EVO View 4G. After using it almost daily, and discussing it with everybody I could corner, I’m still...

By tabletpcreview.com on 60

The HTC EVO View 4G isn?t straying too far from the HTC Flyer, and for good reason. Ushering in 4G capabilities, this 7?inch device looks to only update an already popular tablet instead of messing with a formula that was already working pretty well....

By MobileBurn on -

Sponsored links, if any, appear in green. HTC EVO View 4G The HTC EVO View 4G tablet is the dressed up and dignified in black and equipped with 3G and 4G radios for the Sprint network. Everything else about it is exactly the same as the Flyer, down...

By Phone Arena on 85

The HTC EVO View 4G is a very well built tablet with an amazing user interface. The 7” slap of glass and aluminum is more portable than the larger tablets on the market and the battery life was good enough to get us through two days of pretty heavy...

By SlashGear on -

What you’ve got here is a note-taking machine. You’re able to use the Notes app in so many different ways that we’re surprised an iteration of this device hasn’t been called the HTC Scribbler. You’ve got to keep an eye on the pen, unless of course...

By infoSync World on 80

Will the 4G-enabled HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint soar past the Flyer? Read our full review to find out.HTC EVO View 4G Report What happens when you take the Wi-Fi only HTC Flyer tablet and soup it up with 4G WiMAX and boost the internal storage to...

By MobileTechReview on 60

We'll reiterate what we said in our HTC Flyer review. Is it an oversized phone (minus voice) or a really cool tablet? The HTC Flyer is both. It runs the phone version of Android OS and honestly looks like some of HTC's higher end Android smartphones,...

By eTech Reviews on -

The HTC EVO View 4G Tablet is the second tablet offering from HTC, after the HTC Flyer and at least on papers this one is a tad different from the Flyer tablet. The View 4G tablet flaunts the same 7 in display, aluminum body, a 1.5GHz processor, a...

By PC Mag on 70

The HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint adds a fast 4G connection to the HTC Flyer, an already capable tablet with excellent pen input options. But unless you really want the pen experience, Android tablets running Google's Honeycomb OS are a better choice....

By bgr.com on -

I love the form factor and absolutely solid build quality of the View 4G. It’s a top notch tablet, the size is great, and it’s lovely having 4G WiMAX data speeds wherever I go. My biggest gripe is that it doesn’t run Honeycomb yet. When it does, I...

By LaptopMag on 60

At first glance, the HTC EVO View 4G has a lot going for it: unique pen input, blazing 4G speeds, and HTC's gorgeous Sense UI. The tablet's main problem is that, with the current software build and microphone, it largely fails as a note-taking device....

By cnet on 73

The HTC Evo View 4G puts a new spin on the 7-inch Android tablet, but its high price and smartphone-style OS are a tough sell next to its bigger, cheaper Honeycomb...

By Engadget on 80

Here we are again. Even when you throw WiMAX into the mix, sizing up the HTC EVO View 4G presents almost the same mental balancing act as the 3G Flyer. When we think about what made our week with the View so enjoyable, we keep coming back to the...

By Geek.com on -

I think 3D is hilarious. It’s cute, really. I take my little ones to the theater and they enjoy putting the glasses on, jumping from left to right when it seems that the thing on the screen will jump right out and snatch them up. It’s a generally fun...

By Android Central on -

HTC's 4G Sprint Tablet brings clever UI to tide you over before the Honeycomb update We just got back from our time with HTC taking a look at their latest tablet - the HTC View 4G for Sprint - something we've seen in an unbranded-version before as the...