HTC’s EVO Design 4G Headed To Boost?
Options are one of the main ingredients that can perpetuate this amazing mobile industry and new options are available nearly every day. You have an overwhelmingly large selection of choices when it comes to picking phones, plans, carriers and even accessories. But you may have noticed that the playing field isn’t necessarily level. On one side of the field the big wigs like At&t, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile use their massive budgets to buy up amazing new hardware while the smaller carriers seemingly get the left over’s. But cry we shall not as better late than never, is surely what Boost mobile is saying after a new rumor gives the carriers the likes of the HTC EVO Design 4G!
The EVO line from HTC has spawned some amazing handsets and ultimately solidified itself in the smart phone hall of fame. As the latest and quite possibly the greatest EVO makes its way into the marketplace it looks as if the older models are getting around. Earlier this month PocketNow.Com reported the EVO 3D would be finding a new home with the likes of Virgin Mobile. More recently the same site has uncovered that the EVO Design 4G will be making its way into the palms of Boost Mobile users. While both phone initially found their homes with Sprint, it makes sense that there nursing homes would be provided by the companies sister prepaid subsidiaries. Boost Mobile is moving a bit further in their ‘premium’ or ‘high end’ options with the likes of this new handset and surely their customers are in for a treat and a bright future! According to the source the Boost Mobile EVO Design 4G will run with the same specs as the original. It packs in a single core 1.2 GHz CPU that is backed by the power of 768MB of RAM. Its screen measures in at 4 inches and uses qHD technologies to provide a 960×540 pixel resolution. Around back the EVO Design runs with a 5 mega pixel camera that can record video in 720p and a front facing 1.3 mega pixel shooter that will handle all of yourself portraits and video conferencing. Add in Bluetooth 3.0, Wi-Fi connectivity, Hotspot functionality and DLNA connectivity and you have yourself an HTC EVO Design 4G. There is a huge difference however. The leaky source claims the Boost Mobile HTC EVO Design 4G will run with the likes of Android version 4.0 out of the box. Oh and the price point without subsidization, but if you’re a Boost customer you already know all about that. Keep an eye peeled for this new Boost Mobile addition to land before the end of the quarter.
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