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Good news for EVO 4G owners: Sprint will begin rolling out Android 2.2 to its customers starting August 3.
The Sprint Evo 4G does a lot of things brilliantly, but endurance is not one of them. Until this Mugen battery pack came along, granting Evo owners' wish of a full day's use on one charge.
Why hack your Evo? Free Wi-Fi tethering and plenty of other benefits. OK, but how hard is it? Not too bad with the help of a few apps. This step-by-step, "idiot-proof" guide from Android Forums will hold your hand, gently.
EVO 4G owners are seeing update 1.47.651.1 appear on their phones, which we heard about last week. It's not a biggie by the sounds of it, instead rumoured to contain 802.11n Wi-Fi support and fix a couple of bugs.
Google may've let Froyo out of the bag, but until the networks and manufacturers release it that won't mean anything to those ready to kick Android 2.1 to the curb. Sprint and Motorola's (rough/unconfirmed) plans are detailed below.
That HTC Evo 4G looks to be one monster of a phone. It's got essentially everything us serious nerds are always clamouring for, and it's the first WiMax phone to boot. So, do you want one or what?
Even though the HTC EVO 4G has not been officially released to the public just yet, the exhaustively covered Android 2.2 "Froyo" OS has already been ported to it thanks to efforts by the folks at XDA. Plus, video!
Ginormous. That's the EVO 4G in a word. The 4.3-inch screen. The 8-megapixel-photo, 720p-video-recording camera. It's the first ever phone with superfast WiMax wireless. It has a kickstand. Like I said, huge.