Sprint Evo:HTC Evo 4G
Sprint Evo:HTC Evo 4G – The HTC Evo 4G on Sprint launches today, and is one of the most highly sought after phones in recent memory. However, there are plenty of criticisms for the new phone, and a number of problems have arisen with the launch of the phone. A number of reviews have stated that the gadget is probably one of the most advanced phones on the market, some have questioned the usability of the phone. The cell has been plagued by a number of bugs and terrible performance on the 4G network in the early hours of the launch. The bugs are expected to be ironed out through various software and hardware updates, but is this a sign of things to come?
Some reports have stated that the modile has trouble reading and writing to the SD memory card that is included with the phone. Apparently, an error often pops up stating that the user has “insufficient file permissions” to write to the memory card, leaving some users unable to save any data from their phones to their memory cards. Others have stated that the phone is not able to recognize the memory card at all, leading to a string of returns and replacements on the first day of release for the new phone. Sprint did say that they had figured out the problem and were working on a fix for the bug.
Others have had security issues with the phone, saying that the phone left the users data too open for hackers and crackers to access. One blogger said that it takes “very little work” to access all of the data on the phone. Others have given similar warnings. There has been no response from spring on the recent security warnings. Other companies, like Facebook and Google have had similar problems with security in recent weeks. The worry over security threats has become a mega trend in the global marketplace over the span of just a few months.