Cnet - HTC Evo Shift 4G (Sprint) Review

Cnet - The HTC Evo Shift 4G has a solid design with a comfortable physical keyboard. The Android 2.2 smartphone is 4G capable and can be used as a mobile hot spot.

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HTC Evo Shift 4G gets comprehensive HDMI support with FullHDMI App

HTC Evo shift 4G is one of the first phones to feature an HDMI port yet the device could only play YouTube videos on your big screen and seems to be useless without a full HDMI support.

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techprezz4734d ago

IS there anyone used HTC Evo Shift 4G? Hows it working ?

fatstarr4733d ago

I cant wait for new phones to get Full HDMI ports and the Nokia usb thing. when you can plug usb devices directly into your phone and they work flawlessly.

I have an idea for a usb front facing camera that would be awesome.


Become.com: Top 10 Products of CES 2011 Available Now

There were many exciting gadgets that were announced at this year’s CES but many will not be available until much later in the year. Looking to buy something on the bleeding edge right now? No problem. In no particular order, here is a list of the top products announced at CES 2011 that are available right now.

jidery4767d ago

The Alienware looks nice, its going to replace my current HP someday.

But wasn't Intel “Sandy Bridge” Processors delayed or recalled?

-Mezzo-4767d ago

YUP, Intel “Sandy Bridge” Processors delayed & recalled?, Alienware laptops are usually over-priced, there are a lot of better alternatives for it, you can get the same specs, yet cheaper.


Hot Hardware - HTC Evo Shift 4G Review

Hot Hardware - Sprint continuously brags about its flagship 4G Android phone the HTC Evo. It is a great piece of hardware, but it is also a relatively large device with a premium price tag. Enter the HTC Evo Shift, currently Sprint's least expensive Android 4G phone. The Shift runs Android 2.2, includes a slide-out keyboard and is noticeably smaller than the EVO and Sprint's other slide-out 3G/4G phone, the Samsung Epic (see specs below).

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