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M.I.S.S. Techcessories: Sprint’s HTC Evo is the Next Evolution of Cell Phones

Sprint's HTC Evo, the first 4g superphone

Sprint's HTC Evo, the first 4g superphone

Dear Sprint Users,

I know you’ve had it rough.  I know this.  Sure you’ve got the Palm Pre and a handful of phones that are great for sending billions of text messages, but I know you secretly cry inside whenever  your friends on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon whip out their iPhone 3Gs’, Nexus Ones, or Motorola DROIDs respectively.  However, come this summer, you’ll be able to hold your head high and walk down the street with an air of confidence once again as Sprint will be getting what could be the greatest phone of all time (until something else trumps it a few months later): the HTC Evo.

The very first phone to run on Sprint’s new, ultra  fast WiMax $G network, the Evo looks like the sexier cousin of the HD2 (also designed by HTC) and features several handfuls of awesomeness that allow it to claim the title of “best phone evar”.  For starters there’s a Snapdragon QSD8650 1GHz processor under the hood powering everything.  The huge 480 x 800 4.3-inch touchscreen TFT LCD is what you’ll use to interact with the Sense user-interface overlaying the Android 2.1 base.  There’s a front mounted 1.3 megapixel camera for video calls and a massive 8 megapixel camera on the back of the phone that also allows you to record HD video.  802.11b/g WiFi and 1GB of storage space (there’s an 8GB card thrown in if that’s not enough) round out the package.  Best of all, you can share your fast as hell 4G connection with up to 8 of your friends over Wi-Fi.

The HTC Evo looks good from behind, too

The HTC Evo looks good from behind, too

Sprint hasn’t said a word about pricing, which either means they’re not sure yet or it’s so high they don’t want anyone to die from sticker shock.  But really, no price is too high to pay for superawesomeamazingness.

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