With its 4.3-inch screen, 1GHz processor, 8MP main camera and 1.3MP secondary forward facing camera, HDMI out and a hefty 512MB RAM along with WiMAX capabilities, the HTC EVO 4G is arguably the world’s most advanced Android powered smartphone.
Unfortunately, it’s only available at the US at the moment.
But that could all change based on the current speculation doing its rounds in the Android world.
It seems that HTC’s director of global PR, Eric Lin, has dropped some clues indicating that the HTC EVO 4G could be destined for markets outside the US sans WiMAX and is codenamed Ace.
But, as always, there’s two sides of the story. While one source said that the HTC codename Ace is indeed HTC EVO without WiMAX, another source speculates that the Ace is nothing more than Droid Incredible repackaged for the international markets.
And as you may have already know, the Droid Incredible is essentially a HTC Desire, which is, already available here anyway.
So the case for the EVO is looking promising but both sources can’t confirm which device will eventually become the currently being developed HTC Ace.
The good news is, we will all apparently find out in October.
So stay tuned to SoyaCincau.com for the latest.