An unlocked version of the upcoming HTC EVO V 4G is reportedly already available for pre-orders through RadioShack (NYSE:RSH). The device is considered a very notable device that will not require users to sign up for a service contract with a mobile service provider. Users can use the prepaid service of Virgin Mobile for the upcoming HTC EVO V 4G and is available at a price tag of around $300 through the mobile service provider.
The upcoming HTC EVO V 4G is reportedly an upper-midrange Android-powered smartphone that offers users the capability of using WiMax 4G networks that provide notable data speeds. The device is based on the older HTC EVO 3D of Sprint and would have been considered as a high-end smartphone some time ago.
The upcoming HTC EVO V 4G will enter the market using the Android 4.0 operating system alongside the HTC Sense 3.6 custom UI. The device also comes with a number of notable features such as a stereoscopic 3D display and camera. The device will become available in the market by the end of May and is considered as a notable upgrade for owners of the HTC Wildfire S and the HTC Optimus V.
Users who will pre-order the upcoming HTC EVO V 4G will mean that they will receive the device by May 31.
The upcoming HTC EVO V 4G features a 4.3-inch touch screen with a resolution of 540 by 860, 1GB RAM, 4G internal storage, and a five-megapixel camera at the back that is capable of 3D recording. The device also offers a mobile hotspot capability that will allow a maximum of five devices to connect to it through Wi-Fi.
The internal memory of the upcoming HTC EVO V 4G is expandable through a micro-SD memory card up to a maximum of 32GB although the package for the device already includes an 8GB SD memory card.