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Monday, January 17, 2011

New 4G by HTC

First 4G Phone

Mobile Phone Review

The first of the 4G phone to use the technology is the HTC EVO v powered by Google’s Android operating system is scheduled for release in the United States in mid to late 2010. 4G is the next generation of mobile phone connectivity and offers one of the most robust multimedia experiences. It is promising faster speeds and more reliable connections – up to 10x faster than its 3G ancestor but is the world and the 4G network ready for the release?

The HTC EVO 4G is said to download music, pictures, files, or videos in seconds – not minutes – and you can watch streaming video on the go with one of the largest displays, at 4.3 inches, in the wireless industry. Boasting a 1ghz processor, it also has an impressive 8-megapixel camera with HD-video-recording capabilities. Other highlights include 720p high definition video playback and video out via the HDMI cable and the mobile hot-spot feature lets you connect up to eight devices.

The mobile phone is receiving respectable if not restrained reviews. The initial concerns are that the 4G network is limited at this time which means that the phone has to connect to the 3G network diminishing the capabilities of the phone. There is also no news as to when the phone will be available outside of the United States. The mobile lacks support for Bluetooth voice-activated dialling and the battery drains quickly with 4G with reports that the phone has to be charged daily if not twice a day.
Find the full technical specifications here.

All in all, the rate at which phone technology is moving, it’s no surprise that 4G is upon us. The question is, how long till the rest of the world catches up. With the obvious gaps in the 4G network, the phone will connect to the current-generation 3G network and thus all the capabilities of the phone will not be utilised until the network is fully in place. So the question is should you buy the HTC EVO or upgrade to the Apple iPhone 4 and wait for the next generation of the 4G phone – the ultimate decision is yours.


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