Deal Alert: Sprint HTC EVO View 4G 32GB Being Offered For Only $230


It’s baaaaaaack… The possibly discontinued HTC EVO View 4G is being offered once again at a heavily discounted price, this time — for 1 day only — from online retailer Daily Steals. The 32GB Sprint branded 4G version of the HTC Flyer can be picked up for only $230 and with HTC updating the device to Android 3.1 Honeycomb, makes this an enticing buy, indeed. Keep in mind this is NOT a refurbished model and the 7-inch tablet will come brand new in its original packaging. Now, all you have to do is find a good price on the HTC Scribe pen and you’ll be all set. Anybody picking one of these up?

Thanks, Otis!


Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. Looks enticing, but I’m not really in the market for a tablet at this point. My Nexus will tide me over for some time ;)

  2. Just ordered one, I hope I’m not disappointed.

  3. That site gets terrible reviews

  4. 3.2 Honeycomb not 3.1

    1. does this have an unlocked bootloader? Is there a Dev community?

  5. I order from daily steals from time to time, and while the shipping times are a few days longer I really haven’t had any bad experiences.

  6. Already have the flyer…I love it. And its said that not even a year later is being disconnected. HTC should’ve lowered the price earlier.

  7. I would hold off on this purchase.

    Sprint will sale this tablet for 199 after Xmas:

    1. Sprint’s $199 price appears to be contingent on purchasers signing up for new 2yr contracts (or upgrades). The daily steals deal does not require a new contract, I believe.

    2. $199 from Sprint will require a 2-year contract. This does not. This is a MUCh better deal.

  8. $199 WITH the pen, then I’d bite. 

  9. Not bad, I was considering a Kindle for my niece, but this is probably a better deal. Just turn 3G/4G off, and you never hear from Sprint, right?

    1. That is correct.

  10. Grabbed one for my wife to replace her Archos 70. This is cheaper than a Nook tablet, yet has twice the RAM, 4 times the flash, and comes with the FULL Google market. (Don’t get started about the Kindle Fire’s performance). No contract required!

    – Jim

  11. Trust that site if u want to. Google them

  12. Just got mine today.Ordered from bidallies on ebay…. works like a charm.

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