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03 Jan, 2011

HTC Evo Shift 4G hits Walmart site with full specs

Posted by: Mike In: HTC

Any doubts about the listing for the Sprint phone on its store. The WiMAX-capable Android slider is now known to be using Android 2.2.

Some details appear to have been mistakenly lifted from the Evo 4G; the device uses a 3.7-inch screen and not a 4.3-inch display, and it uses a five-megapixel camera instead of the original Evo 4G’s eight.

read more on: electronista

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