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  • Unlocked HTC ( EVO 4G ) can soon be available for you at an amazing price of $149.99. The company does provide an initial $100 Best Buy rebate which makes this phone available to you for a price of $199. However it has come to our attention that Sprint is secretly offering the customers who are willing to deal with a mail-in discount. This gives the buyer a rebate of $50. Therefore, one can get this phone at an amazingly low rate of $149.99.




    In terms of features, this phone is definitely well loaded. It boasts of


    • 4.3 inch touch screen
    • A really nice 8 GB camera with dual LED flash
    • 1 GHz Snapdragon processor
    • Wi-Fi, 4G connectivity and the novelty of a kickstand for watching movies on the mobile phone.
    • Plus it works on the Android 2.1 OS like Google Unlocked  Nexus One and has the HTC Sense UI skin.


    However availing of this discount, does require some amount of maneuvering on the part of the customer. Once you can get this discount, the hottest Sprint mobile phone could be yours.



    Follow these steps to get the discount that you are looking for-


    • Apply for the phone by using the option which says “buy with new plan”. By this, you can get yourselves on their logs
    • Then you cancel your order. What will happen is that Sprint will mail you, offering you an additional $50 discount hoping that you change your mind. This additional $50 discount is compounded upon the mail in discount of $100.


    Do not fear, this is completely genuine as Sprint is offering the rebate which makes this phone available at this incredible price. This is really cool and we here really like this as it definitely will swing a lot of consumers who would otherwise not have gone for the HTC EVO 4G.



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  • Based on certain tip offs given to us by our readers, we found recently found out that Sprint had indeed stopped their facility which allowed the users to get over the air software updates for the Unlocked HTC ( EVO 4G ) which some users had earlier downloaded. It has been found out that there were in fact certain issues regarding the updates and in the light of these problems, HTC and Sprint together decided to temporarily halt the availability of this update.



    Up till very recently the updates were pretty easily available as several users had downloaded the update, however with the rate of complaints increasing, the company has decided to suspend the availability of the software update. In this relation we did speak to the people at Sprint who gave us an official comment. They said, “We have received a handful of reports from customers having some issues with the update. In light of this, HTC Unlocked Hero and Sprint have decided to temporarily halt distribution of this software release until we can investigate further.”


    Consumers too have expressed their anger and helplessness in this regard. One of our readers Osilliac told us that, “During my update my EVO just turned itself off. The status light is not even on while it was plugged into the charger. I tried turning it back on but it will not respond.”


    However there are certain conflicting reports too as some readers tell us that at times when you leave the phone as it is, even after it turns off, the update does get completed. This is however beside the point, as there are definitely certain issues with the download. Therefore, it is pretty logical that the consumer will get freaked out when their phone turns off suddenly.


    So do send us your questions regarding this and we too hope that it gets solved soon.



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  • Sprint customers are largely lagging in getting the updates onto their Unlocked HTC Hero and EVO 4G which uses Sense User Interface. Even the most popular of the Sprint handset, the Samsung Moment, is really slow on getting the Android Updates. This is quite detrimental for Sprint users in the United States as unlike other carrier subscribers; they have to wait quite a long time for a release.



    However Sprint, through their blog have told us that since the HTC EVO 4G has sold really well and has been well received by the customers across the board, Sprint will be doing its best to get Android updates to their phones such that their customers can be at the helm on telephone technology. There is further good news for the customers is that the new software which will be released as Android 2.2 on the HTC EVO 4G in the form of an upgrade on this phone.



    Android 2.2, or what is known as Froyo, will bring in a lot of longevity to the HTC Unlocked ( EVO ) phones which otherwise have a really poor battery performance. With the Android 2.2 there is also the possibility of full flash support for the EVO 4G and hence one can get the updates for the Sense UI. It has also been reported that the Froyo enables the EVO 4G to deliver a higher performance for the customer.


    Although it has already been a really long time, one can only welcome the plans for the update to the Motorola Unlocked Milestone Android 2.2. However, tactful reactions are the order of the day as ‘near future’ can be a matter of months for companies like this. Yet, according to the recent rumors which have been around regarding the EVO 4G, one can really hope for a faster launch of the Android 2.2.



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  • It was recently announced that the text CS service of Cellular South would be made available to all Advance Pay and unlocked smartphone subscribers. Through this service it would become possible for customers of Cellular South to ask any questions to representatives through text messages. Suchquestions would then be answered by the representatives, again through text. Says a representative of Cellular South, “We make it a point to answer any queries a customer might have via text within 5 minutes of receiving it. Should the answer be such that it cannot fit into the 160 character limit of an SMS, we immediately call up the customer to provide a solution to his problem. We might even decide to move the customer to another resource we feel would be able to better serve him. Our text services are available five days a week from Monday till Friday during work hours. This text representative- customer service is really an extension to our previous groundbreaking online Discover Stores through which users could gain access to various knowledge bases and fast customer assistance. We are also planning on introducing a ‘Do not text and drive’ message in all our communications to spread awareness about the dangers of texting and driving.”



    In the past, such text based services of asking various questions to representatives was only available to HTC users that had the HTC Unlocked Hero. Although such a service has still not been implemented by Cellular South on Blackberry’s, you can expect in near future a similar mechanism. Considering the fact that text messaging has now become the way of life for most users all over the world, it is not at all surprising to find that some carriers are extending such services to even their representatives to aid users. In fact, through such text messaging, it is much easier to get a point across and to answer customers directly.



    This post was posted in HTC, Odd And Interesting and was tagged with Unlocked HTC Hero CellPhone, mobile phones, Smartphones

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  • If you are a user of Cellular South, be prepared for some sunny days ahead as the Unlocked HTC ( Desire ) is coming to you. While we all knew that the HTC Desire was going to make its presence felt through multiple regional carriers, this new Android device has been claimed by Cellular South. The HTC Desire is a wonderful device being quite similar to the Nexus One having HTC’s Sense technology on top. With the HTC Desire, you have a device powered by a Snapdragon processor of 1GHz, having a 3.7 inch display screen. Fitted with a 5 MP camera and an AMOLED screen, the HTC Desire is equipped with Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G capabilities.



    You can also be sure that the HTC Desire will be loaded with the latest version of Google’s Android operating system as well as the Sense UI that allows for finer tweaks thereby making the mobile phone more pleasing to the eye.  Says the chief operating officer of Cellular South, Kevin Hankins, “Everyone is very excited about our latest expansion together with the HTC Desire. With the Desire, users are guaranteed of a completely powerful touch screen mobile phone that can be used for downloading applications as well as sending and receiving emails. Android will now be taken to a completely new level allowing users to experience rich mobile web music, news and even video. They will be provided a common platform for expressing all their needs.”



    Although we are certain that the HTC Desire will make its way to U.S. Cellular, it has still not been decided when or how much the phone would be priced at. Irrespective of when it is launched or how much it costs, since HTC is planning on launching with U.S. Cellular, it is a sign that the company is doing well in American markets.



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  • It seems that a new Droid is being planned for launch next week. A recent press release statement released on the internet has shown that Motorola and Verizon Wireless plan on coming together for this latest unlocked smartphone release. Although nothing has been disclosed, it is stated that the new mobile phone to be released will be named the Droid X and will work on Google’s Android.



    There have already various leaked photos on the internet showing the Droid X. Though nothing has been officially declared as yet regarding the dimensions of the Droid X, from the pictures we can see that it is most probably that the screen size of the Droid X will be a mammoth 4.4 inches. This would make it much bigger than even the EVO 4G. You can expect to have a wonderful touch screen experience from such a large mobile.


    It has also rumored that the latest version of MotoBlur will be included on this device, which means that you will not face any problems like on the Motorola Unlocked Backflip. At the same time, you can expect the camera to have a minimum of 8 MP as well as the ability of recording video at 720p. You can also be sure that the latest version of Google’s operating system, Android 2.2 will be loaded on the Droid X, which will be powered by a 1GHz processor. Most other connectivity options that are currently available on other mobile phones of such quality are sure to be included as well.



    Although those that have gotten the specs of the Droid X  seem to be quite fascinated and awe struck by it, you can be sure that the combination of Google, Motorola and Verizon Wireless are sure to throw up more surprises in the weeks to come. When this new Droid finally hits stores around the country, it will have ushered in a new wave of smartphone along with the iPhone, EVO 4G and the myTouch 3G Slide.



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  • It has now been revealed that a Sprint employee who leaked sales information of the Unlocked HTC (EVO 4G ) has been fired. The employee, whose name has not been released, disclosed information regarding sales of the HTC EVO 4G on the XDA-Developers forum. However, the information that was released turned out to be fake and so it is safe to assume that the employee is now regretting what he did.



    While the actual number of units sold on the first two days was 66,483, Sprint had released a statement stating that sales of the HTC EVO 4G had resulted in record breaking numbers. In fact, it was claimed that the number of phones sold was so great that most stock supplies had sold out.  However, a later retraction by Sprint stated that the total number of HTC EVO 4G phones sold was on par with those of the Samsung Instinct, and Palm Pre combined and not greater.


    While it is anyone’s guess as to why Sprint might have fired the employee, here is one guess. The number of 66,483 is well, quite unflattering and as such it might only include the sales from the actual Sprint stores and not fromother retail stores such as Radio Shack, walmart or Best Buy. In other words, there are chances that there would be a much higher sales figure, had such success also been included in the final sales total. But since the employee had already published the figures, it reflected quite poorly on Sprint and after tracking him down, Sprint must have let him go.


    Sprint managed to find the employee located in Florida and sent a member of their taskforce to personally let him know that he was being let off. However, according to us, Sprint went through all this trouble mainly on account of the fact that they thought they would have sold many more products. Do you think, if Sprint managed to sell 300,000 HTC Unlocked ( EVO 4G ) mobiles they would have gone through such trouble.



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  • AT&T Announces HTC Aria
    Posted on June 16, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Today it was announced that AT&T would be chosen as the carrier for HTC’s Aria, a new unlocked smartphone that makes use of HTC’s Sense user interface and is powered by Google’s Android. Fitted with a 3.2 inch HVGA screen that is fully touch compatible, HTC Aria also makes use of the latest version of Android and has a 5 MP camera with video capture and autofocus as well as an optical mouse. Supporting quad-band GSM/EDGE and 850/1900MHz 7.2Mbps HSPA, it is powered by a Qualcomm 700MHz processor. Other specifications of the HTC Aria include an external 2 GB microSD card that comes packaged with the phone, but can be extended up to a maximum capacity of 32 GB. There are also other features of the HTC Aria such as a digital compass, G-sensor, and proximity sensor.



    According to HTC, the phone will be made available for $230 on 20th June. There is also an offering of $100 by AT&T for its promotion card. The HTC Aria is sure to be a very powerful addition to other smartphones currently being released by AT&T. When users decide to go ahead and pick up the HTC Aria, they would be amazed with the ease at which it is possible to operate the phone. A combination of the 5 MP camera, Android 2.2, 3G connectivity speeds as well as a fast and responsive touch screen, make this mobile one of the best to have come along in a long time.


    Those that decide to go ahead and purchase the HTC Unlocked ( Aria ) Gadget will gain access to over 20,000 hotspots of AT&T across the country. Thebest thing about the HTC Aria is that it is also compatible with the 7.2 Mbps AT&T High Speed Packet Access technology.  Through this technology it becomes possible to boost 3G speeds immensely. Such an innovative product by HTC is sure to see an increase in customers queuing up to purchase it.



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  • A recent announcement by Sprint regarding the release of Unlocked HTC (EVO 4G) with WiMax resulted in most mobile enthusiasts going bezerk. There was just one problem with the release, it would go live in only certain cities such as Lubbock and Texas, while other bigger cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York missed the cut. While many were disappointed at this development, they need not be as the Sprint WiMax is now being rolled out in these metropolitans.



    There have been multiple claims from people in cities such as Los Angeles claiming that they have started seeing pop ups of Sprint WiMax on their HTC EVO 4G devices. However, this is only limited to a few areas within the city. Certain selected areas like the west side of town, downtown as well as locations near the 405 freeway have reported such sightings on their Unlocked Mobile Devices. While there has still not been any official confirmation from Sprint with regards to this provision of Sprint WiMax in these areas, we hope to have an official release statement from the website in a few days.



    There have been rumors of Sprint doing some testing in certain areas of Los Angeles and so in case you currently experience Sprint WiMax, do not get your hopes too high as it could be revoked any time soon. Sprint has confirmed that WiMax will go live in Los Angeles later this year, however, there has still not been any actual date confirmation. If you do happen to stumble upon an area with such WiMax/4G network, chances are that it is purely due to some testing that is currently going on by Sprint in that particular area. Sprint is undertaking testing, building as well as optimizing of the network before finally deciding to throw WiMax open to the public. So when the testing phase is done with, be prepared to go to WiMax-less phones.



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  • Remember one of our previous articles stating that there were an unbelievable number of sales made by Sprint in the sale of their HTC EVO 4G? Well, apparently it did not happen. Sprint says that it “miscalculated” the number of devices it actually sold. We had earlier reported that the EVO 4G carried by Sprint had broken its earlier records in a single day and sold three times the number devices that the Samsung Instinct and Unlocked Palm Pre devices sold in their first three days together. This came as quite a surprise to many around the country.



    However, a retraction statement printed by Sprint suggests that it had overstated the total number of devices sold on launch day, “inadvertedly”. Instead of selling three times the number of devices of the Samsung Instinct and the Palm Pre, the EVO 4G sold a total number in line with these two phones. A press release of Sprint acknowledges the error  stating, “We had previously stated that the total number of launch day sales of the EVO 4G was six times greater than the sales of the Samsung Instinct for the same day and nearly twice that of the Palm Pre. While sales for the HTC Unlocked ( EVO 4G ) continue to rise, we erred in comparison of these phones as the total number of sales of the EVO 4G were in line with those of the Instinct and Palm Pre. We now acknowledge our error in judgment and state that the total sales of the EVO 4G on launch day were in line with those of the Instinct and Palm Pre over the first three days.”


    Well, there you have it, a complete apology directly on the website. So what is the final word? While, we should credit Sprint for actually going ahead and printing an apology, they should have really got their act together in the first place before going ahead and publishing untrue facts.



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