The HTC Evo 4G offers a decent 4G speed and the mobile hot-spot element allow you to connect up to eight devices. The smartphone has strong features, like a front-facing camera for video chatting, and the facility to provide a Wi-Fi hotspot (for an extra fee of $30 a month), which can at the same time connect up to eight laptops or other devices to the Internet.
It also has an 8-megapixel camera with facilities of HD video recording.
The Evo is said to dispatch along with YouTube's HQ video player, Android 2.1 with HTC Sense, and an HDMI port. An extra-large 4.3-inch touch screen and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor are few of the other attractions.
The disadvantage is that Sprint's 4G network is currently restricted, making the compulsory $10 premium data add-on hard to consume for everyone far from the network area.
Also, it does not support Bluetooth voice-activated dialing. And with 4G the battery backup does not stay for long.
Surely, amongst the best smartphones and the finest Android devices, the HTC Evo 4G is number one. Also, when the HTC EVO 4G, is applied on Sprint's 4G network, it provides the maximum unswerving downstream speed of data on a cellular network.