HTC Evo Shift 4G Gets Some Rumored Details

| November 26, 2010 | 3 Replies

About a month ago it was announced that there was a new HTC phone heading to Sprint called the Knight. Then HTC filed for the name Evo Shift 4G. And now, thanks to XDA, there is some hard evidence to what will make up the guts of the phone.

  • Android 2.2
  • Sliding QWERTY Keyboard
  • 3.7″ Screen
  • 800Mhz Processor or 1Ghz Dual Core Snapdragon according to a different source
  • 512MB RAM
  • 5 MP Camera or 8 MP according to a different source
  • Sprint 4G

The phone seems like a slightly smaller version of the EVO but has the addition of a physical keyboard. The model number of the phone is supposedly HTC PG06100, as well as “Knight”. As of now this information is not an official release from Sprint or HTC, it is from an anonymous source so nothing is set in stone yet.

Source: XDA Developers

Category: Android Phone News

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  • Lynford

    I never consider this phone I have The EVO and Case cracked in 3 Months Never dropped and now other cracks also. and Now Charging Port no longer works. HTC and Sprint seams to know nothing of the problems but doing a simple google serch will show you. I'll never consider HTC phone again!

  • josh

    Lynford….you're crazy bro. I work at a very large Sprint service center and have never seen an EVO with those issues. We work on over 1,000 phones per month and I would have seen at least 1 by now if it was widespread. Some people just can't be satisfied…