Finish March 2010, the North American operator Dash unveiled the primary smartphone WiMAX bought on the ground of the USA and constituting the primary really cell providing for Clearwire's WiMAX community. 

The HTC EVO 4G is a smartphone built for the ambitious use data, with a large display 4.3 ", dual compatibility CDMA2000 (3G) / WiMAX network (" 4G "according to marketing) and Android 2.1. He has who will stand to watch videos and voice recognition to dictate text messages and emails. 



And to try to seduce the public, Sprint will offer the device priced at $ 199 with a subscription WiMAX is the standard price of subsidized smartphones in the U.S. for a distribution set for June 4, 2010. 

Improve its image with the HTC EVO 4G 

Given the characteristics and price, analysts are confident about its chances of success even if the network coverage, being extended, may hamper its presence in certain regions of the United States. 

Clearwire's network currently covers only population of 40 million people (and 120 million by the end of the year), the objective being to reach 300 million within two to three years. The EVO 4G HTC smartphone is also the most comprehensive and powerful of all the current offer on 3G networks. 

With two NPC (the back of a 8 megapixel digital camera and a secondary front), it will also take advantage of videoconferencing services. The HTC EVO 4G is the first of two WiMAX
smartphone that Sprint expects to launch this year. The second model will be unveiled later this year and will be designed by the Korean company Samsung. 

This seduction of Sprint is trying to come back in the race to rivals AT & T and Verizon Wireless. In addition, discussions are held with various companies to integrate WiMAX connectivity in multiple products, which could range from reader ebooks digital camera through the washing machines or medical equipment.

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