Ready For a New 4G LTE Smartphone in Black?

September 25, 2012, By Daniel Rapcencu

If your wireless contract is up you are most likely looking for a super fast smartphone, what better choice than a 4G LTE variety?

On top of that, the trend appears looking at smartphones in black maybe in hopes of ending the summertime with a bang.

Let’s take a look at this entry into the 4G LTE arena.

The HTC EVO 4G LTE is cool. DeviceMag wrote about the possibility of a white HTC EVO 4G LTE smartphone being released on the Sprint network, and you can also get this smartphone in white.

This fast HTC EVO 4G LTE smartphone has a 2,000 mAh battery that should give you plenty of ops time.  The large 4.7-inch IPS LCD display gives you a generous view.

Couple the 8 MP camera with the 16 GB of built-in memory will allow for plenty of storage space for your pictures and music.

It serves up an Android Ice Cream Sandwich on its brilliant slick black platter.  Add to that Beats Audio and a socket for a Micro SDHC 32 GB memory card and the capacity for music and videos will seem endless.

The price of $429.99 is well worth it for a high-end Ice Cream Sandwich.

If you have slightly bigger taste buds, here is something else for your appetite.  It is available in pebble blue and white too!

Anyway, summer is over, so you may desire a darker color shade.

The Pebble Blue Samsung Galaxy S III dishes up an Android Ice Cream Sandwich and has a 4.8” HD Super AMOLED display with 1280 x 720 resolution.

It also has an 8 MP camera along with 16 GM of internal memory.

It supports a 32 GB memory card in both MicroSD and Micro SDHC formats which will allow a lot of HD video recording.

The 2,100 mAh battery should give you long periods of fun, about 9 hours, before recharging.

It is running on AT&T’s 4G network and rings the cash register at $445.99. And it’s also available in white.

 

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