HTC Evo 4G LTE Preorder Comes With $10 Google Wallet Credit at Online Retailer

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The HTC Evo 4G LTE is Sprint’s new smartphone debut, and though Sprint knows customers may be scratching their heads at why an LTE enabled device is launching far ahead of widespread LTE coverage by the carrier, they did at least tie in some nice incentives to get you to overlook it.  As an AT&T subscriber who owns a 4G phone but lives in a market without 4G service, I know that if the phone’s feature set is rich enough, the price is right, and the processor performs impressively, well, customers can be very forgiving.

Preorder the HTC Evo 4G LTE starting at $149 and if you activate your Google Wallet, you will receive a free $10 credit in your account.

A preorder price tag reduced by $50 (at select Sprint authorized online reatilers) and a free $10 Google Wallet credit are nice incentives and will earn the new smartphone some extra glances, but the real question is, is the HTC Evo 4G LTE worth a second glance? In a word, yes, and below we’ll list the features and frills we think make the HTC Evo 4G LTE smartphone a winner, even with a delay in the LTE functionality.

  • 4.7” HD Display
  • 1.5 GHz dual core processor
  • Android 4.0 ICS OS
  • Next Gen  Bluetooth Connectivity
  • DLNA Wireless Streaming
  • Onboard GPS
  • 16 GB of internal memory expandable to 32 GB
  • 1 GB of RAM
  • Beats Audio
  • NFC Technology
  • Latest HTC Sense UI
  • 8 MP camera with 1080 video capture

This specs sheet rivals that of other high end smartphones released recently, but the HTC Evo 4G LTE is coming in about $100 less out of the starting gate than most of its competition with comparable features and functionality.    The robust feature set on the HTC Evo 4G LTE will make Sprint’s LTE service worth waiting for, that is if the wait isn’t too long.  Sprint is behind Verizon and AT&T who both launched their 4G LTE service some time ago.

I am due to upgrade my phone in August, and though there is still no date that AT&T promises 4G service to my area, I intend to purchase a 4G LTE enabled phone, and the one I’ve picked out is going to make me smile even if the 4G service in my region is delayed a while longer.  Cool features and impressive performance can overshadow some things, for a while at least.    Buy the HTC Evo 4G LTE starting at $149 (a $50 savings over Sprints price tag).

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