HTC has jumped the gun in a pretty big way.
Android Central posts an HTC ad which appears in this month's Rolling Stone where HTC brags about being the first 4G phone on each of the four major US networks. The EVO and G2 have been out for months on Sprint and T-Mobile's '4G' networks. However, the Verizon (VZ) Thunderbolt looks like an unannounced phone that borrows heavily from the design MORESeth Weintraub - Jan 5, 2011 12:31 AM ET
It looks like Verizon will have a full lineup of LTE Android devices ready for 2011.
Samsung is the latest device manufacturer to leak their Verizon (VZ) LTE hand before CES. The upcoming Galaxy S-ish Android phone appears to be running the Froyo (no Gingerbread?!) version of the Google (GOOG) Android OS and also has a front facing camera (a first for Verizon).
Most importantly, you'll notice the 4G denotation at the MORESeth Weintraub - Dec 23, 2010 10:30 AM ET
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HP and Palm may introduce three models of the PalmPad, a tablet aimed squarely at taking down the iPad, at this January's CES. All three will run a new version of Palm's WebOS, and a fourth student edition, will be showed off later on. Other features will include: a weight of 1.25 lbs., a USB 3.0 MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Dec 22, 2010 6:00 AM ET
With Clearwire experiencing growing pains, Sprint's best option for 4G expansion might be turning to a rival competitor for cash.
Sometimes the best allies are also the unlikeliest.
This might be the case if T-Mobile invests in Clearwire (CLWR), which is majority-owned by Sprint (S). Currently, Clearwire offers fourth-generation (4G) wireless network coverage to more than 41 million people throughout the U.S., but it plans to expand further to cover 120 MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Sep 13, 2010 11:19 AM ET
As Google moves into (and starts to depend on) ISPs' business, is it having an easier time seeing things from their point of view?
It's now clear that Google underestimated the public's desire for true net neutrality over both wireless and wired services -- something the company quickly discovered after issuing a joint policy recommendation with Verizon last week.
Google tried to explain its thinking with a couple of posts, but so far MORESeth Weintraub - Aug 15, 2010 10:18 PM ET
If a snapped circular is to be believed, Best Buy Mobile will soon be carrying a white version of Sprint's popular EVO starting July 11th.
PhoneArena.com took a picture of a purported Best Buy circular (right, full sized, below) which seems to indicate that Sprint's EVO 4G will be coming in White. The white EVO is expected to be a Best Buy Mobile exclusive until August, and orders are supposed to MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 18, 2010 11:45 AM ET
Why buy a 3G radio locked into Apple's sleek iPad when Verizon and Sprint's personal high-speed Internet hotspots can be faster and let you bring five gadgets online?
When Steve Jobs brought out the iPad and leisurely flicked, scrolled and swiped his way through web sites and applications before a captive audience last January, he made clear that his latest brainchild was intended as nothing less than the consummate media consumption MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Jun 14, 2010 12:31 PM ET
Sprint is now sold out online and in retail stores of its EVO 4G but are working day and night to replenish stocks.
Update: Sprint has revised their numbers downwards.
Sprint yesterday announced that the EVO outsold its previous record holder, the Palm Pre, by more than a factor of six -- in one third the time. Today's news is even more telling. On the day after Apple (AAPL) announced its next MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 8, 2010 4:56 PM ET
Reader discusses intangibles like screen size when moving from iPhone to Sprint's EVO.
I would like to add a couple of points [on the iPhone vs. Flagship Androids post].
I have the Apple 3GS and the EVO 4G. I have found the battery on the Evo to be as good or better! For example I last charged the Evo 18 hours ago and still have 60%. I used it for moderate usage, MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 8, 2010 12:09 PM ET
The nation's first 4G phone is now available via the Sprint store and its affiliates.
People probably didn't camp out overnight for them (they could have bought them from Googlers I/O attendees on eBay/Craigslist if they were desperate), but the Sprint EVO 4G from HTC is a pretty hot phone, if you can get over the battery issues.
It is now offically on sale all over, obviously including the Sprint Store with MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 4, 2010 6:54 AM ET
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