HTC EVO View 4G Hands-on [Video]


It’s simple to sum up the new HTC EVO View 4G announced at CTIA – it’s an HTC Flyer with 4G radios. It’s a bit different in design from the version released in Barcleona last month. Notable differences are that it doesn’t have an area to hold the Scribe pen and the device now has a dedicated Pen button that’ll allow you to open up a note-taking application when pressing it. If you want more coverage on the 1.5Ghz Snapdragon device from HTC, check out our hands-on of the Flyer here. Video of the EVO View 4G is below.

Quentyn Kennemer
The "Google Phone" sounded too awesome to pass up, so I bought a G1. The rest is history. And yes, I know my name isn't Wilson.

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  1. Nice, but is its battery just as hideous as it is on the original Evo 4g phone? I know this is a tablet but the battery issue seriously turned me off.

  2. I was ready to dismiss this tablet due to running 2.3 But that evernote integration is very cool. That is a killer app for tablets. The standard ver of evernote doesnt allow that kind of anotation and drawing.

  3. Scribe feature. Nice.

    This is more like how a tablet should be. If the pen can work on pdf’s and online applications it will be so much win.

    No more having to print out, sign a form and scan it back just to email or fax it to someone.

    Is it a capacitive screen? If it is this is definitely a winner.

  4. When I say fax I mean fax from your computer. Although with most phones running thru the cable modems now you cant fax like you can with a phone thats not connected to the cable modem.

    Which reminds me I need to see if I can get a phone the old way, thru the wall outlet.

  5. Why in the world does the Sense Launcher still only appear to allow a 4×4 icon grid? That’s a heck of a lot of wasted space. It feels like this has not been very well thought out.

  6. Capacitive screen – as evidenced by her using her finger to navigate the drawer.

  7. I could see this being used for work or school but why come out with a single core tablet when everyone else is doing dual core and why did it have to launch with 2.3 3.0 would have been a better choice but overall this tablet did catch my eye.

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