HTC EVO View 4G Android Tablet review, specs and feature

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Sprint just introduce at CTIA Wireless 2011 their up coming 4G tablet, called HTC EVO View 4G. The EVO View 4G is just like the HTC Flyer tablet with aluminum unibody design and features HTC Sense UI optimized for tablet devices, integration with social network site, and support HTC Scribe with optional pen (stylus), so you can capture meeting or class notes. Sprint EVO View 4G is excpected will be available in this summer (2011), but there is no word about price at this moment.

Sprint HTC EVO View 4G tablet is support 3G/4G network with bluetooth 3.0, WiFi 802.11b/g/n, GPS Naigation, WiMAX radio, Accelerometer, proximity, light sensor, Compass, HTML web browser with support Flash and support Mobile Hotspot capability for up to eight WiFi device. The EVO View 4G is running on Android 2.3 Gingerbread for operating system and works on 1xEV-DO rev.A 800, 1900.

The handset is powered by 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a 7 inch Capacitive multi touch display with 1024 x 600 pixels, a 1GB of RAM, a 32 GB internal memory, up to 32 GB microSD, dual cameras with 5.0 megapixel rear facing camera with LED Flash auto focus and support 720p HD recording, front facing 1.3 megapixel camera, micro USB 2.0, 3.5 headset jack and 4000 mAH lithium polymer battery.

Dimensions of the Sprint EVO View 4G Android tablet are 7.70 x 4.40 x 0.52 with weight 15.00 oz (425 g) and also pre loaded with Android market for download more than 150.000 aps, Google Mobile service like google maps, You tube, etc, and Sprint apps include Sprint Zone, Sprint Football, TeleNav GPS, Sprint Radio and NASCAR Sprint Cup Mobile.

One Comment

  1. Elwanda Cech says:

    There are other options out there; Windows 8 tablets such as the Surface, Ativ Tab and VivoTab Smart are starting to creep out, plus the BlackBerry PlayBook is still somehow on sale – but Android Jelly Bean is currently the main OS rival to the iPad 4 and iPad mini.:

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