Last Updated: May 23rd, 2010
Big thanks to the folks over at this XDA thread that discovered the URL!
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Here is the official download link from Google:
Google seems to have removed their link. I'm mirroring the file
Man, you guys killed my Dropbox too! Here's another mirror
. Let me know if the mirror stops working. I personally uploaded that file and verify its authenticity.
One our contributors confirmed a successful flash by using our instructions, so we have verified this now works.
Last Updated: July 24th, 2011
Looking for a tasty little news snack before the big keynote at Google I/O tomorrow? Well, you’re in luck, because it appears that Walt Mossberg over at All Things D dropped his EVO 4G review tonight.
The review’s fairly short…it’s almost more of a preview than a proper rundown, but I’m sure the usual suspects (Engadget, Gizmodo, MobileCrunch), will cover the device in greater detail in their reviews. Until those start popping up though, what can we glean from Mossberg’s?
- It’s fast. Walt says the phone’s 4G capability ‘offers the highest consistent downstream data speeds I have ever seen on a cellular network.’
- 4G use significantly reduces the battery life.
Last Updated: April 2nd, 2011
After the good gentlemen over at Smartphone Arena broke embargo this morning, HTC went ahead and made things official with their latest Android handset, the HTC Wildfire.
Looking like the bastard child of an HTC Legend and Google Nexus One, it seems the Wildfire is intended to further flesh out HTC’s lineup of Android handsets. The handset is set to hit Europe and Asia in Q3 2010, which is a shame, because this is definitely the kind of handset that T-Mobile US could use. At this point, their current line up is beginning to show its age and their latest announcements, like the MyTouch Slide and Garminfone, aren’t exactly drool-worthy.