Sprint is now following the footsteps of Verizon, by backing out on its promise to carry the Google Nexus One on its network, and replacing the smartphone with a newer HTC EVO 4G. The HTC Evo 4G is a really powerful phone, and it’s going to be the Android phone to beat once it launches. Sprint originally announced plans to offer the Nexus One, but today they announced that they’re ditching the Nexus One and sticking to the award-winning HTC Evo 4G phone instead. Sprint is not the only carrier to do this. Verizon Wireless also ditched the Nexus One for their HTC Droid Incredible release.
HTC EVO 4G features adobe flash supported Android OS 2.1, 480 x 800 4.3-inch TFT LCD display with QSD8650 1GHz Snapdragon CPU, 1GB of storage, and 512MB of RAM, 8.0 MP auto-focus camera, HD video capture, HDMI output, Mobile Hotspot capability and more. With built-in mobile hotspot functionality, HTC EVO 4G allows up to eight Wi-Fi enabled devices to share the 4G experience which is incredible. You can Tether your HTC EVO 4G (share internet connection) with a laptop, camera, music player, game unit, video player, or any other Wi-Fi enabled device on the go.