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Presentato HTC Evo 4G con Android 2.1

Lunghi sono stati i rumors sul nuovissimo smartphone con tecnologia WiMax HTC Supersonic ed è stato oggi presentato al CTIA con un nuovo nome: HTC Evo 4G. I ragazzi di engadget hanno già avuto la possibilità di provarlo e potete trovare le foto e i video in fondo all’articolo.

L’HTC Evo 4G sarà commercializzato per questa estate 2010 e l’hardware di cui è dotato è simile a quello dell’HTC HD2 ma con a bordo Android, non una qualunque versione ma Android 2.1 con interfaccia HTC Sense.
Ma andiamo con calma, come dotazione hardware troviamo in sostanza:

  • Display da 4.3 pollici TFT LCD
  • Processore Snapdragon QSD8650 1GHz
  • Memoria Rom da 1 GB
  • Memoria Ram da 512 Mb
  • Fotocamera posteriore da 8 Megapixel con Flash (Registrazione video a 720p)
  • Fotocamera frontale da 1.3 Megapixel
  • Uscita HDMI
  • 802.11b/g WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS
  • 8GB di sdcard inclusa

Sarà quindi il primo terminale 4G prodotto e inserito nel mercato e come caratteristiche tecniche è a parer mio uno dei telefoni più tecnologici al momento. Per noi Italiani magari toccherà aspettare di vederlo nel 2012 (se, e ripeto, se, mai TIM o Vodafone adotteranno il 4G :-P).

Sotto trovate alcune foto dell’HTC Evo 4G a confronto col Nexus One e iPhone 3Gs.

FotoGallery by Engadget

Ecco invece, a chi interessa, l’annuncio ufficiale di Sprint dell’HTC Evo:

World’s First 3G/4G Android Phone, HTC EVOTM 4G, Coming this Summer Exclusively from Sprint
HTC EVO 4G offers one of the most robust multimedia experiences on a wireless phone today; features Android(TM) 2.1, one of the industry’s largest touch-screen displays, 8.0 MP camera, HD video capture, HDMI output,Mobile Hotspot capability and HTC Sense(TM) Pre-registration begins today at
LAS VEGAS, Mar 23, 2010 (BUSINESS WIRE) — Sprint (NYSE: S) and HTC Corporation today announced summer availability of the world’s first 3G/4G Android handset, HTC EVO 4G exclusively from Sprint. HTC EVO 4G delivers a multimedia experience at 4G speeds that is second to none, making it possible to download music, pictures, files, or videos in seconds – not minutes – and watch streaming video on the go with one of the largest pinch-to-zoom displays, at 4.3 inches, in the wireless industry.

Sprint 4G offers a faster wireless experience than any other U.S. national wireless carrier, and Sprint is the only national carrier offering wireless 4G service today in 27 markets. Sprint 4G delivers download speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G1,giving HTC EVO 4G the fastest data speeds of any U.S. wireless device available today.

“Sprint continues to lead the 4G revolution as we introduce HTC EVO 4G to give our customers an experience that is unlike anything available in wireless to date,” said Dan Hesse, Sprint CEO. “Not only is this feature-rich device incredible on our Sprint 3G network, but Sprint 4G speeds will take mobile multimedia, including live video streaming, gaming and picture downloads, to a whole new level.”

Customers will be able to purchase HTC EVO 4G through all Sprint channels and through national retail partners, RadioShack, Best Buy and Walmart, this summer. Pricing will be announced at a later date. Pre-registration begins today at

A device beyond compare

HTC EVO 4G delivers a robust list of features, including a 1GHz Qualcomm(R) Snapdragon(TM) processor ensuring a smooth and quick user experience. With dual cameras – an 8.0 megapixel auto-focus camera with HD-capable video camcorder and a forward-facing 1.3 megapixel camera – HTC EVO 4G unleashes the ability to create, stream and watch video that far surpasses expectations of what is possible on a phone today.

With built-in mobile hotspot functionality, HTC EVO 4G allows up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices to share the 4G experience. Users can easily share an Internet connection on the go with a laptop, camera, music player, game unit, video player, or any other Wi-Fi enabled device.

With integrated HD video capture and 4G speeds, HTC EVO 4G makes slow uploads and grainy video a thing of the past. Now, it is possible to post high-quality video to YouTube(TM) or Facebook, or share moments in real time over the Internet live, via Qik. After these videos have been captured, it is easy to share them on an HDTV via an HDMI cable (sold separately).

The custom Web browser is optimized for HTC EVO 4G’s large display and Sprint 4G speeds to deliver a full, no-compromise Internet experience. Adobe Flash technology ensures that rich Internet content, such as embedded video and animation, are displayed the way they are meant to be seen. Pinch-to-zoom and automatic text reflowing provide easy Web page views.

HTC EVO 4G features the newest version of the highly acclaimed HTC Sense user experience. Along with all of the HTC Sense features first introduced on HTC Hero, HTC EVO 4G adds a number of new features, including Friend Stream, which aggregates multiple social communication channels including Facebook and Twitter(TM) into one organized flow of updates; a “Leap” thumbnail view to easily switch between home screen “panels”; the ability to download new, interactive widgets; and a “polite” ringer, which quiets the ringing phone once lifted up.

“HTC and Sprint have a strong history of working together to bring consumers technologies and advancements that make their lives easier,” said Peter Chou, CEO of HTC. “We believe that the HTC EVO 4G represents the best of Sprint and the best of HTC working together to bring an unmatched device to the U.S. This combination of HTC and Sprint innovation will allow people to do even more while on the go, faster than ever on the Sprint 4G network.”

Experience Android at 4G

HTC EVO 4G, the world’s first 3G/4G Android handset, features the latest iteration of the increasingly popular Android platform. Leveraging the Android 2.1 platform, HTC EVO 4G can deliver a wide array of useful new features:

* Android 2.1 enables a new way to search with pictures instead of words. Google Goggles(TM) works with everything from books, DVDs and barcodes to landmarks, logos, artwork and even wine labels. A picture taken of the Golden Gate Bridge returns all of the information anyone would need to know about the structure. By just taking a picture of several restaurant options, HTC EVO 4G will provide restaurant reviews to ensure the best choice.
* Text messaging and email composition feature built-in voice-to-text technology. By simply pressing a microphone button on the screen, messages can be composed by just speaking, making keeping in touch faster and easier than ever.
* Through Android Market(TM), HTC EVO 4G users have access to thousands of useful applications, widgets and games to download and install on their phone, with many more to come.

In addition to today’s Android apps, the performance of which will be enhanced by 4G speed, application developers will be introducing new apps that take advantage of 4G power in new ways – games and communications tools and other apps that bring together video, presence and location simultaneously, and capabilities that haven’t yet been imagined. For example, an application developer might create an app that allows a customer to simultaneously watch a streaming sporting event while pulling down stats and conducting a video chat with a friend.

A Sprint 4G developer guide is available today from the Sprint ADP Web site The Sprint 4G developer guide explains how to develop on an Android 2.1 handset and how to take advantage of 4G and unique hardware/software capabilities, including how to use a forward-facing camera in an app; how to use HDMI output; and how to build in network detection (3G, 4G or Wi-Fi) to optimize quality of data in an app. The Sprint 4G developer also will include sample apps and source code that highlight these features. It will supplement the Android 2.1 SDK. As a charter member of the Open Handset Alliance(TM), Sprint is actively engaged with the Android community. Sprint has employed an open Internet approach, and the Sprint Application Developer Program has been providing tools for third-party developers since Sprint first launched the Wireless Web on its phones in 2001.

“Sprint and HTC have come together to propel the Android platform into the 4G world with the introduction of HTC EVO 4G,” said Andy Rubin, vice president, mobile platforms at Google. “The Android platform was developed to give people unmatched mobile connectivity to the Internet. By combining this vision with the promise of Sprint’s first-to-market 4G technology, HTC EVO 4G makes accessing thousands of applications from Android Market, using Google(TM) services like Google Goggles, Google Earth(TM) and the all-new Gesture Search, or simply browsing the Web faster, easier and more enjoyable than ever before.”

Blazing trails with Sprint 4G

As the first national wireless carrier to test, launch and market 4G technology, Sprint made history by launching 4G in Baltimore in September 2008. Today, Sprint 4G covers more than 30 million people and expects to have up to 120 million people covered by the end of 2010.

Sprint currently offers 4G service in 27 markets, including Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Portland, Ore., San Antonio and Seattle. Following is a comprehensive list of markets by state where Sprint 4G is currently offered: Georgia – Atlanta, Milledgeville; Hawaii – Honolulu, Maui; Idaho – Boise; Illinois – Chicago; Maryland – Baltimore; Nevada – Las Vegas; North Carolina – Charlotte, Greensboro, (along with High Point and Winston-Salem), Raleigh (along with Cary, Chapel Hill and Durham); Oregon – Portland, Salem; Pennsylvania – Philadelphia; Texas – Abilene, Amarillo, Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Killeen/Temple, Lubbock, Midland/Odessa, San Antonio, Waco, Wichita Falls; Washington – Bellingham, Seattle. For more information, visit

In 2010, Sprint expects to launch service in multiple markets, including but not limited to, Boston, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Minneapolis, New York City, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. Sprint is harnessing the power of 4G as the majority shareholder of Clearwire, the independent company that is building the WiMAX network. Sprint is the only national wireless carrier to offer 4G services on the Clearwire WiMAX network.


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  • Heka

    HTC gia' da almeno 1.5 anni commercializza smartphone WiMAX in Russia. Si tratta di HTC MAX 4G che usa le reti WiMAX di Yota, il carrier presente presso i centri urbani piu' sviluppati (e.g. Mosca, S.Pietroburgo).

  • Minkiux

    Ma non si diceva che il Supersonic dovesse avere CPU a 1.5GHz?

    Cmq fra questo e il Desire, preferisco il Desire!

    – disponibile da subito (pochi giorni e ci sarà)
    – prezzo competitivo (450€/499€)
    – schermo AMOLED
    – RAM 576Mb!

    – in Italia non si sa quando sarà disponibile (sicuramente dopo l’estate, ma non si sa QUANTO dopo)
    – prezzo sicuramente alle stelle (ipotizzo intorno ai 700€)
    – rete 4G di dubbia utilità qui in Italia (almeno per ora, poi magari fra 2 anni il discorso cambierà, ma l’EVO per tale data sarà un vecchiume)
    – schermo “solo” LCD
    – RAM: 512MB (ok, non fa tanta differenza, ma è sempre di meno)

    Per il resto le caratteristiche HW e SW fra Desire ed EVO sono pressocchè identiche (stessa CPU, stesso S.O., stessa risoluzione schermo, autofocus, ecc), a parte il “plus” che si porta dietro l’EVO, ovvero video in HD, schermo da 4.2″ e fotocamera da 8Mp, ma onestamente ci rinuncerei volentieri (anche se lo schermo da 4.2″ mi fa gola!).

  • trabbo

    bhè, credo che come il nexus (e qualsiasi altro cell) funzioni sia su 3D che su 2G, credo che questo funzioni sia su reti 4G che su quelle 3G. Le uniche cose che non mi convincono sono le dimensioni e il desing. E poi, lo schermo è “solo” LCD e non amoled?

  • trabbo

    ufff… e mo’ che faccio??? questo o desire?

    • Prima di farti quella domanda bisogna capire se funzionerà anche nel resto del mondo :P anche se sarebbe un pò "lol" che non prenda le normali 3G e GPRS visto che è ben un 4G :eheh:

  • da noi si dice che è una ghiozzata :D

    una bella ghiozzata stupenda :D

    lo vogliooooooooo…

  • Eugenio

    Comunque potrebbe anche essere che abbia una sorta di dual mode: 3G per la rete cellulare, WiMax per i dati. Un po' come avviene per il WiFi. In Italia il WiMax in questo momento è appannaggio di società diverse dagli operatori mobili. Sarebbe un problema.

  • Eugenio

    Forse una pecca è lo schermo un po' troppo luccicante che potrebbe dare problemi di controluce. Per il resto sembra fantastico!

    • Presumo abbia un sensore di luminosità che autoregola la luminosità dello schermo come avviene sul nexus ad esempio :-)

  • Enrico

    in teoria, la versione gsm, avrà sicuramente la possibilità di cambiare tra la modalità 2g, 3g e 4g, come fanno adesso i cellulari umts che possono cambiare tra 3g e 2g

  • rayman50

    se adotterà la rete 4g la tim poi vodafone 3 e wind non funzioneranno sopra a questo telefono… giusto? :ehm:

  • Enrico

    sbavvvvv :D

    mettici pure la sense e il supporto di xda (per non parlare dello schermone) diciamo che sicuramente fra questo e il galaxy s, preferisco l'amico evo :D

    e cmq, anche se non ci saranno reti 4g in italia, speriamo che arrivi lo stesso :D