Apr 21st, 2012

High-end Android devices are mostly snatched by the 4 major carriers. This usually leads to regional carrier subscribers having to conform to using low-to-mid-end devices. But with Android smartphones constantly improving, some good alternatives have been showing up for those who prefer affordability. And if this rumor happens to be true, Boost Mobile could be getting the HTC EVO Design 4G by the end of the quarter.

Granted, it is not the best phone out there. But it sure would be a great option compared to what is usually offered by carriers like Boost Mobile. As of now, the LG Marquee is Boost’s better offering for Android devices. The HTC EVO Design 4G has much better specs, so it should be the best choice for Boost Mobile users if it does end up being offered.

The EVO Design 4G comes with a 1.2 GHz single core processor, 768 MB of RAM and a qHD display. Boost’s version should be the same, but it is said to come with Android 4.0 out of the box. Whether the Sprint version will get the Ice Cream Sandwich update or not by then is still unknown. But this would be a good treat for Boost Mobile subscribers.

Let’s sit back and see if this happens. It will probably not be too expensive, and having no contract is always nice. Would any of you go for an HTC EVO Design 4G with Android 4.0 on Boost Mobile?

[Source: Pocket Now Via: Engadget]

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