Saturday, March 24, 2012

Review: HTC evo 4g

The worst thing that can happen to a touch screen device is the screen being damaged. Besides that, the size of the screen supplies ample room for loads of tapping space, icons, and buttons. The EVO screen is quite large for a smartphone, much bigger than that of an iPhone 4. The Evo has 4 main buttons on the screen: Home, Menu, Search, and Back.

The very first noticeable striking feature about the Evo is the size of its screen. What makes HTC EVO 4G standing out the most may be its 1.3MP front camera which other android phones such unlocked phones are lacking of. Websites will appear like magic, and videos, voice chats and Internet radio transmission will be much smoother by not having to go through pauses every few seconds. The 4.3 inch screen of the Evo 4G phone is great for watching videos but the brightness can kill you battery life.

If you need a smartphone with a fair camera, let HTC EVO 4G be your choice. Evo 4G has Internet features second to none of its rivals. Battery The Evo is installed with a 1500mAh rechargeable battery. HTC Desire has a 5MP camera with features like autofocus, LED flash and geo tagging, which are also present in HTC EVO.

It also allows users to compose text messages by speaking them out, with a voice to text feature, apart from other smartphone features. Perhaps the only drawback to all these amazing features is the battery life. Features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 4G, and GPS can delete you battery power quickly. If you find yourself using a lot of these high load features frequently, the battery may run out a bit quicker than hoped for.