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No retail stores are stocking the micro HDMI cable needed for the Sprint EVO just yet, but one of our visitors pointed out anyone can order one online (Thanks Cary). Arrow Electronics is selling the correct cable for under $10 and I overnighted one to test it out. If you feel ... Read More »
Micro HDMI cables are virtually impossible to find for purchase right now, but Best Buy will be selling a special dock for the Sprint EVO 4G coming soon. The new HDMI 1.4 standard (which established the micro connector Type D) was recently introduced and the EVO is one of the first smartphones to ... Read More »
According to the latest press release, customers should see peak download speeds of 10 Mbps (3-6 Mbps average) and peak upload speeds of 1 Mbps. The download ... Read More »
You want 4G speeds on your Android phone? Show me the money.
Our friends over at Android Central have obtained some leaked Sprint documents which detail the upcoming service plans for the HTC EVO 4G. No pricing was revealed, but the we learned that “special plans are being created” for the ... Read More »
Have you been in Radio Shack recently? Yesterday we learned “The Shack” is taking pre-orders for the Sprint EVO 4G later this month and today we discovered they are planning a four-week campaign to promote the phone in stores. Our friends over at Android Central received the four page ... Read More »
The Sprint EVO will be the first Android-powered smartphone to support 4G, so it’s understandable why it has become one of the most-hyped devices this summer. Our friends from Phandroid have obtained a leaked document from Radio Shack which claims customers will be able to pre-order the HTC EVO 4G at The Shack ... Read More »
Not content to just titillate us with images of the new Sprint HTC EVO 4G, the partnership of Clearwire Corp. and Sprint has announced a list of new cities that will be receiving 4G service as soon as this summer. Along with the release of their new phone, it’s probably not too far off to ... Read More »