When it comes to Android-based
smartphones, the HTC
EVO 4G has pretty much been the cream of the crop (that is until
Droid X came on the scene to share the spotlight). The phone
features a fast 1GHz processor, large 4.3” display, front- and
rear-facing cameras, and of course 4G access courtesy of Sprint's
Tomorrow, however, the EVO 4G is set to
get even better thanks to an Android 2.2 update according
to Engadget. The update will be available tomorrow to
customers that initiate the update via the phone's software update
feature. The update will be pushed automatically to other EVO 4G
customers starting the week of August 1.
In addition to the updates provided
2.2 (Froyo), HTC also has included some new goodies of its own
like the ability to use the LED flash as a flashlight and improved
720p video recording
You can read more about the Android 2.2
update for the HTC EVO 4G here.
Updated 8/2/2010 @ 8:30pm
The update is now available for download. Simply navigate to Settings > System Updates > HTC Software Update > Check Now to get in on the Froyo action.
quote: EVO and Droid X are just too large.
quote: Better than the EVO, IMO.