EVO 4G LTE user guide

Now that we've gone through the "getting started" guide for the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE, it's time to take a  look at the entire user manual, handy for those who really what to know what they're buying before they buy it. Flipping through, we're mostly seeing what we broke down for you in our Sense 4 walkthrough. But another burning question indeed is answered -- you'll be able to turn off LTE data in the mobile settings, which will go a long way toward prolonging battery life.

Give the whole thing a gander (and don't forget about our EVO 4G LTE hands-on), and let's all hope we get a release date soon.

Download: EVO 4G LTE user guide (pdf); via InsideSprintNow, EVO 4G LTE forums

 
There are 8 comments

Mikey47 says:

Yeah and they hide it well. ;-)

How many of us would know "CDMA only" really means 3G?

SirMASUM says:

Wish this phone came out globally

Now we need the
GETTING ROOTED
guide to be leaked

robotaholic says:

lol what if you couldn't turn off lte, and sprint doesn't even have lte deployed yet

kpeste99 says:

never been able to comprehend why cellphone speakers point backwards when the screen is to the front. you're watching a video and can't hear squat so we all do the cup your hand behind the phone to try and redirect the sound forward.

bwithey11 says:

it's easier to put it on the back and *looks* better. there are few phones with the speaker in front, one of which HTC made (but the speaker is a slide out). it is quite annoying regardless.

hybrisate says:

WHY in the world does HTC continue to make it impossible to use a charger while the kickstand is out? Just like on the Thunderbolt. When I'm watching something while using the kickstand, it's usually a stream or a longer video so having access to power just seems kinda obvious. The only thing I can think of is that this was done intentionally to force you to buy their dock accessories, but I don't remember there being an official HTC dock for the Thunderbolt, and if there was HTC sure didn't push it much. SMH.

The kickstand is actually springloaded as to allow it to charge and be propped up. Picture examples:

http://cdn0.sbnation.com/entry_photo_images/3600575/htc-evo-4g-lte-hands...

http://cdn3.sbnation.com/entry_photo_images/3600557/htc-evo-4g-lte-hands...