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Photos of the HTC EVO Shift 4G spotted

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on December 21st, 2010

The HTC EVO Shift 4G has been pretty elusive, but now it has shown up in some real honest to god photos. The QWERTY slider smartphone from Sprint opens up to reveal a chrome bezel underneath. The tipster who submitted the photo also mentioned the inclusion of an 800MHz processor inside, HTC Sense for an easier user experience and a couple of status LEDs above the keyboard.

As for the rest of the details, we just have to wait for Sprint to reveal them. Since it is going to be one of the high-end models, we can safely expect the HTC EVO Shift 4G to retail for $199.99 with a 2-year contract.

HTC EVO 4G Problems: Glass separation and light leakage

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on June 14th, 2010

The HTC EVO 4G got off to a great start, but now some bad news is surfacing about the device, with some users complaining that the device is experiencing glass separation issues, which lead to possible light leakage.

Word is that the glass on the HTC EVO 4G’s screen can loosen from the device, and the light leakage issue could get worse when users press on the screen while trying to clean it. HTC hasn’t officially commented on the situation, but hopefully for users this isn’t a widespread issue.

Sprint Evo with Two-Way Video Chat coming in June for $200

Posted in HTC by Conner Flynn on May 13th, 2010

The Sprint Evo 4G will be on sale for $200, with contract, on June 4th. It will feature two-way video chat on 3G and 4G networks, hence the forward-facing camera. Looks like it will run Qik, a third party app, which probably means that you can make cellphone-to-computer calls.

WiMax is going to cost you an extra $10 a month as a “Premium Data add-on,”. You can still use the Evo 4G as a hotspot for up to eight devices, but it’s going to cost an extra $30 a month to do so.

Envizions EVO Smart Console

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on April 4th, 2009

Evo Smart Console is Linux-basedWe first told you about Envizions new console back in October. It goes by the name of the EVO Smart Console will be powered by an AMD Athlon 2.4GHz processor, and will be accompanied by a Fedora-based Linux distro. The open-source console will give you game play, Internet access, VoIP communications and HD video playback all in one box.

It should work with Envizions “cloud” computing service, where users can pick up Amiga-based games and a video on demand service where you can choose from over 10,000 titles. The beta shipment for developers will begins next week with a 100 units. More systems will be released later. We have some updated specs below.

Evo Smart Console is Linux-based

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on October 22nd, 2008

Evo Smart Console is Linux-basedThese days it’s unusual to hear about a new game console that isn’t from Sony, MS or Nintendo. But it looks like we have a new contender from Envizions Computer Entertainment. This is their first console, the Evo “Smart Console” which is available for pre-order. Interestingly, the console itself is basically a Linux-based computer.

Some specs include an overclocked Athlon 64×2 5600 processor and an ATI Radeon 3200 graphics card. Envizions sees the console being used as a development platform with a “cloud” computing system. What that means is that developers would have to make games specifically for the Evo “Smart Console.” Could that happen? They think so. The new console should ship on November 20th for about $600 and you can pre-order one now with a $100 deposit.