HTC EVO LTE, Black 16GB (Sprint)

(6 customer reviews)
Last updated on 17th July 2024 9:29 am
SKU: B007ZUN6GS Category:
  • Display: 4.7-inches
  • Camera: 8-MP
  • Processor Speed: 1.5 GHz
  • OS: Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich)

Specification: HTC EVO LTE, Black 16GB (Sprint)

Product Dimensions

5.33 x 2.67 x 0.37 inches

Item Weight

5 ounces

Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer





16 GB

Wireless communication technologies


Connectivity technologies


Special features

HTC Watch, Android Beam, HD Voice Capable, smartphone, dual-core-processor, HTC Sense 4.0, touchscreen, camera, lte

Display Resolution

Other display features


Human Interface Input


Other camera features

8 MP

Form Factor



Phone Talk Time

720 minutes

Phone Standby Time with data

150 hours

Whats in the box

Video Recorder, Camera


Cellular Phones



Date First Available

May 2, 2012

Memory Storage Capacity

16 GB

Standing screen display size

4.7 Inches


142.88 Grams

6 reviews for HTC EVO LTE, Black 16GB (Sprint)

3.7 out of 5
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  1. Jean Grey

    I like the price, but that’s basically it. The phone is old and kind of crappy when you’re used to modern phones. I bought it while I get money to fix the screen on my S8+ so I am admittedly spoiled when it comes to phones. If you are too, I wouldn’t recommend it. It’s cheaply constructed and has clunky windows-like software so I guess you get what you pay for here. Don’t pay over 40$ because even brand new, that’s all it’s worth.

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  2. KB

    Not the best track record for a phone.
    Seems like Sprint pushed a Over The Air update to the phones firmware or software that broke the standard call functionality unless the call was switched to speaker phone allowing you to hear the caller and them to hear you (I forget if this was an issue with the microphone or the regular speaker) Sprint was unable to fix the phone (still under warranty at the time).

    Got a replacement from Sprint after that and made sure not to update it (same phone model).
    It bricked about two months after I received the replacement.

    So overall not my best experience with HTC devices I’ve ever had considering I’ve had them all since they were first making Sprint and other branded PPC series Windows Mobile phones…

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  3. Amazon Customer

    I needed an unlocked Sprint phone for Kajeet service. I like Kajeet for my kid because he can only call or text me or my husband and a few other numbers we allow like grandma. I chose this phone because it was the cheapest Sprint phone I could find. I bought it for price. I was very happy with the shipment. I liked that they included a checklist of what they did and a CD of the manual although I didn’t use it. The mini USB cable it came with didn’t fit into the phone but I had another so I was able to charge the phone and the USB to plug adapter works good. What I was not so happy with was getting this phone cleared and activated with Kajeet. The phone had the prior owner’s number and email. I had to figure out through the internet how to hard reset this device. Then I needed to wait to contact Kajeet’s customer service to get the unlock code in order to activate the phone on Kajeet. It took a few hours, a few screams and a few other choice words but I am very happy with this phone. The phone is an android phone, the first in my family. It took a little bit to get used to since my husband and I use iPhones and I sure wasn’t going to buy this kid an iphone. The texts and calls and sound are great. Battery life is ok but I haven’t played with it enough to ensure it doesn’t drain on me. So far it’s good. It has what I need. I don’t know about internet. Camera is ok. It fit my uses but it would have been best to have that phone completely cleared with a hard reset before sending it to me. Thanks for the great service and the good working item. It is still working now since I got it in February.

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  4. Klady

    As sprint service representative describe the phone to me it is what he ans say it is. I was previous owner of sprint evo then galaxy. Kinks has been worked out of evo. It works faster and pretty durbale. I had a choice between the lg optimism and evo lte. Due to previous experiences with my teens and others I know dropping the lg opt phone one time and cracked the screen. The lg was even faster but more sensitive to dropping. The evo lte is more durable to dropping. Light weight cool features sound quality awesome etched. I love it. If not available to but htc 1is just like it to me a little different features that all. 🙂

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  5. PJ

    My POS Windows’ screen cracked and Sprint couldn’t repair it because they had no parts. I think I am one of the 5 people dumb enough to go with a windows phone. The problem was that I still have 6 months left on my contract with Sprint and didn’t want to pay a premium for a replacement. This phone is everything I expect from HTC and Android. It’s fast, responsive and does everything I need it to do. I activated in on the Sprint website without any issue and never had to call customer service which is always a good thing. I would not consider myself a power user nor am I glued to my phone 24/7 but for the apps I do use (i.e., SiriusXM, Slingbox, Roku, Logitech Squeezebox) I have absolutely no complaints. And, most importantly, the calls are crystal clear.

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  6. Amber Strickler

    I finally upgraded yesterday from a first generation EVO to the EVO LTE. I absolutely love the ease and streamlined feel of the operating system and the phone itself. I’m giving the phone 5 stars because it is great, however Sprint got a little ahead of themselves with this phone, as the LTE netwpork isn’t even up and running yet in most areas, including mine…so my phone can’t connect or it gets cut off from internet connection often because it doesn’t run on the sweet 4G network, like the old EVO. As long as I am connected to my home wi-fi or at a cafe or establishment with wi-fi, I don’t have to worry about it but it is an annoyance. Sprint expects to have their LTE network up in my area (Portland, OR) by the end of the year. When it is up, the LTE network is supposed to be a hunderd times faster than 4G and super reliable. In the meantime, calls and texts work perfectly so this issue won’t bother me much except maybe when I’m using GPS and get cut off. I’ve yet to experience that but I anticipate that being really frustrating so I’m going to plan ahead and map my route while I have wi-fi as much as possible so I don’t get stuck in a pickle.

    I’m really glad I got this phone and much like my last EVO, I expect to have it for several years. Once the LTE network is up and running, this will be my dream phone!

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