When we last ran into the HTC EVO View 4G (try saying that 5 times fast) at CTIA earlier this year, feelings were a little mixed within the Android community. I remember hearing all kinds of rumblings about how disappointed people were with the fact that it was running Android 2.3, a version of Android not really optimized for tablets.
Well, it appears a lot has changed since then. According to Sprint’s website, they are listing the device as an Android 3.0 tablet. This comes as huge news to me as I had little interest in a tablet of any kind running anything short of Honeycomb 3.0. Could this is be a typo or error on Sprint’s part? Or could HTC actually be listening to feedback and redesigning their tablet accordingly? One thing is for sure, if further redesign changes the tablet to come equipped with Qualcomm’s new dual-core chipset, I will definitely be picking one up! You hear that, HTC?