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HTC Evo 4G hits the tech catwalk in video teaser

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April 2nd, 2010

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By Ari Driessen
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You’re still going to have to wait what may seem like an eternity to some before you can hold the recently announced, luscious HTC Evo 4G in your very own hands, but this short teaser video from our friends at HTC will either make the wait a bit more palatable or just inspire an insatiable appetite for more.  Either way, sit back and take a minute and a half breather as the world’s first 4G Android phone shows off its goods for the camera.

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7 Responses to “HTC Evo 4G hits the tech catwalk in video teaser”

  • Does anyone know how much the htc evo will be for new customers or exiting customers? And does anyone know if it will be available on wirefly if so when?!

  • This phone runs Android 2.1 as stated. So, there’s over 50k apps for it. The phone has both an 8mp camera and i believe a 1.3mp front facing camera for video calls.

  • how is this phone compaired ton the iphone. what softeware will it come with. will it come with apps.

  • My understanding is the front camera is a 3.2 mp.

  • I am just wondering in your HTC EVO 4G teaser video if that phone has a front camera,i saw the back camera and video but not the front camera(n900 nokia has one)

    • Rowan
      May 3, 2010

      It’s a tiny little unit directly to the right of the speaker. It’s so small it just looks like a discoloration, really.

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