Specs: 1 GHz processor, 4.3″ screen with 480×800 resolution, 8MP back camera with flash, front facing camera, GPS
Size: 6 ounces, 4.8″ x 2.6″ x 0.5″
Relative Size: Large and beefy. Oh, and red on the inside.
Battery: 6.0 hours talk time
The Rundown: The first 4G Android phone, the Evo is a gigantic beast of a phone. While huge, it’s also amazingly powerful. Including the fastest processor available, a fantastic 4.3″ screen, and a front and back camera. This phone really has it all – there’s even a kickstand on the back so you can prop it up to watch videos. (Something I have never once used) The real downside to the Evo is the extra 4G data charge that you have to pay under contract — even if you never use the 4G data. Considering very few Sprint customers have access to 4G, I’m surprised Sprint decided to charge this from the start.
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