Updating andriod on evo 4g
A variation of Sprint's flagship HTC Evo 4G, the device is distinguished by its pair of 5 MP rear cameras, which can be used to take photos or video in stereographic 3D, which can be viewed on its autostereoscopic display without the need for 3D glasses.Several GSM variants are also available in Canada, Europe and Asia.The Evo V 4G is identical to the Evo 3D, except that it ships with Android 4.0.3 and the Sense 3.6 interface instead of Sense 3.0 and Android 2.3.
The HTC EVO 3D is a 3D-enabled Android smartphone developed by HTC, released exclusively in the United States through Sprint, and was re-released as a pre-paid smartphone by Virgin Mobile in May 2012 as the HTC Evo V 4G.Sprint officially announced that the HTC Evo 3D would be available on June 24, 2011.On May 31, 2012, shortly after the release of its successor, the HTC Evo 4G LTE, Sprint's prepaid service Virgin Mobile re-released the Evo 3D as the HTC Evo V 4G as its first phone to use Sprint's Wi MAX network.That being said, do you guys want the good news or the bad news first?The Bad News It’s been decided that because of the memory constraints with the EVO 4G LTE’s partition, this device will not be seeing Android 4.3 rolling out over-the-air. The Good News HTC has already begun developing a new process that will allow more “technical” EVO 4G LTE customers the option of updating their devices manually. This actually sounds like the perfect compromised and shows HTC’s commitment to providing updates to those that want them (technical users), while leaving customers who couldn’t care less about Jelly Beans or updates the opportunity to live out their lives in blissful ignorance. HTC is considering ways to streamline the update process by providing customers with ways direct apply updates themselves.
It can also take photos in stereographic 3D at 5 MPx2 resolution.