Wal-Mart Shows Off HTC Evo Shift
Wal-Mart Wireless has published a product page for the unannounced HTC Evo Shift for Sprint. The Evo Shift is a sideways slider Android device that will support CDMA and WiMax. Based on images of the device, it offers a four-row QWERTY keyboard with d-pad, Android controls on the front similar to the Evo 4G, a headset jack, rear camera with flash, and a thicker profile. Wal-Mart's published specs, however, are inconsistent. This device has not been officially announced by HTC or Sprint.
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sweet this looks good ( proud htc evo owner )
evo = Mans phone
shift = girls phone
No Front Camera?
4G also has nothing to do with 'handling it'...after all, the iPhone 4 has a front-facing camera. ;)