Sprint HTC Evo View 4G Tablet Official Release Date & Specs

At this year’s 2011 CTIA event Tablet PC’s have taken some of the limelight, we have already brought you news about the new Samsung Galaxy Tabs, and now it appears that HTC have a tab of their own to offer and have announced in conjunction with Sprint the HTC Evo View 4G.

According to Engadget this latest device from the Taiwanese giants vastly resembles the HTC Flyer-which was as you all know announced at last month’s MWC, we can see where their coming from because although this new device maybe different in appearance it shares a lot of the Flyers specs.

These specs include a 7inch 1024×600 display, 5MP rear facing camera, 1.3MP front facing camera, 1.5GHz processor, WiMAX radio and 1GB of RAM. In the video we embedded below this tablet can be seen running on a recognizable Android interface which is used on most other HTC handsets.

According to this post from Slashgear this device has been demoed with this popular UI but will receive an update upon launch to the eagerly awaited Android 3.0 Honeycomb OS, this is as we all know specifically tailored to work well with Tablet PC’s.

Although there is still no word on pricing this piece of tech is expected to hit us sometime this summer and will ship out with 32GB of on board storage and pack a very sturdy 4000mAH battery. What are your thoughts on this device?

Do you think something like the Evo View 4G could rival the iPad 2? Will you purchase one?

Please share your thoughts with us below

  • http://newlaptopinfo.com franks

    Compared to the original EVO, yeah 4GB would make my jaw drop. But not compared to every other phone HTC has made since the EVO.

  • John

    Being a college student and having to take notes, this device would be used as an everyday utensil. I would like to know if the notes can be separated and put into folders with subjects as a title?
    This tablet is the first that I have seen that can be marketed towards my college peers. The other tablets on the market including the ipad don’t have the noting capability needed for an average college student. Will this tablet be the next ipad? I don’t know…….. but I’ll be buying one this summer and if Sprints smart they’ll market this device hard during back to school season.