Unboxing HTC Evo 4G from Sprint

The [amazon_link id="B004KFXTOA" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]HTC Evo 4G[/amazon_link] is from Sprint and equivalent to [amazon_link id="B005ML7OWO" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]Verizon Thunderbolt[/amazon_link].  The packaging of this Android device is like a lunchbox.  Standard AC charger and micro USB cable included with the phone.

The phone itself has a kickstand, but unlike the [amazon_link id="B005ML7OWO" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]Thunderbolt[/amazon_link], the cable isn’t on the bottom so the kickstand is useful.

The color scheme is vibrant: front: black, back: white, and inside: red.

The phone feels pretty well-built.

The SD card is 8 GB Samsung micro-SD.  The battery is red like the phone and matches the interior.

Since the phone is on the Sprint 4G network, it is on the fastest network.

Immediately, when I turn it on, I can tell it is better than most other Android phones I’ve tested.

The screen is large and clear, much larger than the [amazon_link id="B0049UDYZU" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]iPhone[/amazon_link] screen.

The phone seems pretty fast on first boot-up and has many apps pre-installed.

For a time, [amazon_link id="B004KFXTOA" target="_blank" container="" container_class="" ]HTC Evo[/amazon_link] was the fastest phone on Sprint.  I like it.

Thanks,

Super Gadget Guy

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