Mar 22 AT 2:50 PM Taylor Wimberly 11 Comments

HTC Flyer comes to Sprint this summer as the EVO View 4G

Today Sprint announced they would be launch the EVO View 4G, their first tablet with HTC’s Sense experience. This device is the same as the HTC Flyer that was revealed last month at Mobile World Conrgres, with the addition of support for Sprint’s 4G WiMAX.

Highlights of the EVO View 4G include HTC Sense for tablets, 7-inch 1024 x 600 display, 1.5 GHz single-core Snapdragon, 5 megapixel main camera, 1.3 megapixel front camera, 32 GB internal storage, 1 GB RAM, and a 4000 mAh battery.

To improve the tablet experience, the EVO View 4G allows the user to draw, take notes and highlight text on documents on the tablet with the HTC Scribe digital pen. A new feature called Timemark allows for voice-synchronized note taking, which makes it possible to capture the audio of a meeting at the same time as written notes.

Pricing was not announced, but Sprint did say the EVO View 4G would be available beginning this summer. Now that Samsung has priced their larger and faster WiFi-only tablets below $500, it will be interesting to see how Sprint decides to price theirs.

To sign up for updates on the EVO View 4G, visit Sprint’s official site.

Key Features:

  • Android with HTC Sense for Tablet
  • 4G WiMAX technology
  • 7-inch 1024×600 touchscreen display
  • Front and rear facing cameras — 5MP main, 1.3MP front
  • DLNA and HDMI (MHL) video output
  • Dual micsand speakers
  • Optional digital pen unlocks HTC Scribe technology
  • Digital compass, G-Sensor, Light sensor, GPS/AGPS

htc-evo-view-front htc-evo-view-back HTC EVO View 4G

For an idea of what to expect from the EVO View 4G, check out the this quick intro the HTC Flyer.

Source: Sprint

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  • http://Website Greg

    Does it also have a time-warp feature to send me back to 1997, when styli were useful?

    • http://Website Droideka

      Stylus is a very useful tool for a tablet. Allows for percision which is incredibly useful for people using this as an aid with art.

    • daveloft

      When you need to write on a pad of paper, do you get the finger paints out or do you grab a pen?

  • http://Website Mast3rShake

    If this can handle Word and some other things this is getting close to a perfect teaching device. Bring up the documents on it, connect to projector (hopefully wirelessly one day), and then just write on it as it were a white board. Play youtube and educational videos right from it. This is what I am looking for and it seems HTC is on the right path.

    • http://Website Se7en2

      Based on a press release/flyer I saw online (don’t remember where, maybe BGR), it states that it can handle Word, Excel, and Powerpoint.

  • Avanano

    The appereance is not so appealing as ipad but the function is really good for a teacher .

  • http://Website at&t&t customer

    Eww….. Why would ANYONE get a tablet without Stock Android 3.0?!?!!? That’s a fail..

    • daveloft

      You can make apps optimized for Honeycomb work on devices as far back as 1.6 so does it really matter?

      • http://Website at&t&T customer

        NO! I’m referring to the UI.. HTC Sense UI needs to stick with handheld devices, b/c it just looks like an oversized smartphone just like the failed 7″ galaxy tab.

  • http://Website Salman Khan

    It’s stylish, it has everything 4G, front & rear cameras, speakers, Light sensor, touchscreen display and many other things. It apparently seems to be a perfect tablet to keep…

  • http://Website Dev1359

    No Honeycomb UI or dual core processor? I’ll pass.