Editors Liked

  • Great specs for the price; HTC Sense is a great user interface for a wide range of users.What's Bad: 3.6-inch display may be too small for some; Sprint's 4G speeds are often erratic.The Verdict: The EVO Shift 4G is a great addition to the EVO line
  • Solidly constructed, 4G Connectivity, Fantastic keyboard
  • Large display, great keyboard, clear call audio, 4G data
  • The HTC Evo Shift 4G has a solid design with a comfortable physical keyboard. The Android 2.2 smartphone is 4G capable and can be used as a mobile hot spot
  • Attractive blue design, Intuitive and useful HTC Sense software, Spacious backlit keyboard, Fast camera with 720p video recording, Fast 4G and 3G speeds
  • Slideout QWERTY keyboard is a texter’s dream. Software is stable and fast. The sharp screen makes reading tiny text easy. Smaller form factor sits better in your jeans
  • Solidly constructed, 4G Connectivity, Fantastic keyboard
  • Responsive Android build. Attractive UI. Glass touch screen is sharp and bright. Excellent music and video playback. WiMAX 4G
  • Responsive Android build. Attractive UI. Glass touch screen is sharp and bright. Excellent music and video playback. WiMAX 4G

Editors Didn't Like

  • Lacks a front-facing camera and HDMI port
  • Power button difficult to access, A bit thick, No HDMI or front-facing camera
  • Keyboard is tough to operate singlehanded. One wimpy camera means no videoconferencing. Battery life is less than awesome. Puny 2GB microSD card is an affront to all that’s decent and wholesome
  • Terrible photo & video capture, Lacks frontfacing camera for video chat
  • Memory card slot is buried underneath the battery. Slightly stiff keyboard. You have to pay extra for 4G even if you can't use it
  • Memory card slot is buried underneath the battery. Slightly stiff keyboard. You have to pay extra for 4G even if you can't use it