HTC EVO comes with a 4.3-inch screen, includes HDMI out and has Mobile WiFi hotspot mode. EVO is 3G/4G capable and has both Front and rear cameras. Priced at $199 on contract from Sprint with a data service plan.
One comparing with Nexus One, The EVO 4G’s 4.3-inch display makes the Nexus One’s 3.7-inch look small, although Both devices feature the same WVGA resolution: 800-by-480. The HTC EVO 4G is powered by the same chip as the Nexus 1GHz Snapdragon processor.
HTC EVO will only work on Sprint’s 4G network, which is available only in 27 U.S. cities. The carrier has plans to expand to a handful of other major markets later this year, but that still leaves everyone else with that aforementioned flimsy old 3G.
HTC EVO 4G runs HTC’s Sense user interface, while the Nexus One uses the stock Android interface. Nexus One’s setup will have a distinct advantage, though, is in future Android upgrades.
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