HTC Knight (aka Evo 4G Shift and Speedy) shows up in Best Buy's system as PG0610
The HTC Knight -- also known as the Evo 4G Shift and/or Speedy -- has made its way into Best Buy's
inventory data transfer system. This is the smartphone that we're expecting to be a four-row horizontal slider -- basically Sprint's version of the G2. Still up in the air is any indication of a 4G radio or front-facing camera. And note that the PG0610 designation is different than the A7373 we saw in a previous leaked pic that pointed toward the first part of January (which coincides with CES), so things are a tad muddy at this point. But we likely don't have too long to find out what's up. Thanks to you know who.
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Playing with the G2 at the Tmo store, I like the size of the screen and it seems just right. I'm still waiting to see either the merge or this to come out noncarrier modified and I'll probably snag one or the other.
And to those who will say it's the G2, it is not. Design/keyboard hinge is completely different so it won't be the G2.
Plenty of devices out there with an actual small screen. this is more of a medium sized screen.
you want small? talk about the aria. now that's over an inch smaller than the evo. want even smaller? my HTC Fuze is running in at 2.8" (and yeah, i'm dying to jump to android.. waiting for this or the lexikon). but this particular phone is nowhere near the word small. It's medium.
I don't know about you, but most people do not like to pay for something that they don't receive.
You are welcome to pay that charge if you're getting this supposed 4g and you're most welcome to pay for the hotspot feature, but in the end, if you don't get 4g or hotspot, then would you still be willing to pay for it?
I don't think so.