HTC EVO View 4G

alaTest a collecté et analysé 116 avis de consommateurs et d'experts pour le produit HTC EVO View 4G. La note moyenne du produit est 4.3 sur 5, tandis que les autres produits de même catégorie ont une note moyenne de 4.3 sur 5. De nombreux avis apprécient la portabilité.

performance, utilisabilité, valeur, taille, portabilité

En moyenne, les consommateurs notent ce produit 89/100 et les experts notent ce produit 69/100.

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Avis d'utilisateur (amazon.com)

Amazon.com review summary for HTC EVO View 4G

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 29 user reviews of HTC EVO View 4G from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other products in the same category on Amazon.com. Reviewers are impressed by the camera. The screen also gets good views.

design, screen, camera

90% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

Ce sommaire est basé sur les produits : HTC EVO View 4G Android Tablet - 32 GB - Dual Camera - Wifi / CDMA (Sprint) DOES NOT REQUIRE A SPRINT ACCOUNT!HTC EVO View 4G Android Tablet - 32 GB - Dual Camera - Wifi / CDMA (Sprint) DOES NOT REQUIRE A SPRINT ACCOUNT!

Oct. 2018

Avis d'expert par (engadget.com)

HTC EVO View 4G review

 

It's not often that we feel a keen sense of déjà vu while writing a review, but here we are. The EVO View 4G ($399.99) is a first, but also som...

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : David Pierce (pcmag.com)

HTC EVO View 4G (Sprint)

 

The HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint adds a fast 4G connection to the HTC Flyer, an already capable tablet with excellent pen-input options. But unless you really want the pen experience, Android tablets running Google's tablet-specific Honeycomb OS are a...

Fast 4G coverage. Sleek, classy design. Solid performance. Clear, bright screen. Excellent pen input. Sense UI improves on Gingerbread OS. HTC's extra apps are solid.

Sprint's 4G coverage is still spotty. Outdated, non-tablet-specific version of Android. Google Talk video chat isn't supported in Gingerbread. Slow browser performance. Cluttered default layout. Cameras are only mediocre.

Conclusions

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : JoannaStern (theverge.com)

Sprint Evo View 4G review

 

Wait, didn't we just review that tablet up there? Indeed, it was just a two weeks ago that HTC launched its 7-inch, WiFi Flyer at Best Buy, but next week the Android 2.3 tablet arrives on Sprint...

Well-built ; Stylus included ; Sense UI adds quite a bit on top of Android 2.3

Thicker than other tablets ; Stylus is easy to lose ; No OCR apps supported ; Expensive with two-year contract

Considering the Evo View 4G is already running outdated software and packing a single-core CPU, I’m not sure it’s an investment with much longevity

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : Donald Bell (cnet.com)

HTC Evo View 4G (Sprint) review: HTC Evo View 4G (Sprint)

 

The HTC Evo View 4G puts a new spin on the 7-inch Android tablet, but its high price and smartphone-style OS are a tough sell next to its bigger, cheaper Honeycomb kin.

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par (pcmag.com)

HTC EVO View 4G

 

The short version of the Flyer review: It's a very capable tablet that's aimed at a specific type of user. It doesn't run a dual-core, but instead uses a 1.5GHz Qualcomm processor that helps it zip along as fast as any Tegra-powered tablet. The 7-inch...

Fast 4G coverage. Sleek, classy design. Solid performance. Clear, bright screen. Excellent pen input. Sense UI improves on Gingerbread OS. HTC's extra apps are solid

Sprint's 4G coverage is still spotty. Outdated, non-tablet-specific version of Android. Google Talk video chat isn't supported in Gingerbread. Slow browser performance. Cluttered default layout. Cameras are only mediocre

The HTC EVO View 4G for Sprint adds a fast 4G connection to the HTC Flyer, an already capable tablet with excellent pen input options. But unless you really want the pen experience, Android tablets running Google's Honeycomb OS are a better choice.

Avis d'expert par : Avram Piltch (laptopmag.com)

HTC EVO View 4G

 

HTC's Sense software and the ability to take notes with a pen make the EVO View 4G a unique Android tablet, but it feels like a work in progress.

At first glance, the HTC EVO View 4G has a lot going for it: unique pen input, blazing 4G speeds, and HTC's gorgeous Sense UI. The tablet's main problem is that, with the current software build and microphone, it largely fails as a note-taking device....

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : LAPTOP Magazine (laptopmag.com)

HTC EVO View 4G Review

 

At first glance, the HTC EVO View 4G has a lot going for it: unique pen input, blazing 4G speeds, and HTC's gorgeous Sense UI. The tablet's main problem is that, with the current software build and microphone, it largely fails as a note-taking device....

Great HTC Sense software, Pen included, Blazing 4G speeds

No palm rejection while note-taking, Awful microphone, Poor audio

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : Stuart Miles (pocket-lint.com)

HTC EVO View 4G ditches HTC Flyer angelic look - Pocket-lint

 

The HTC Flyer, first launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, was white, came with 3G capabilities and was to be made available in the UK some time

Mars 2011

Avis d'expert par : Chris Burns (slashgear.com)

HTC EVO View 4G Review

 

Welcome to a review of a tablet we essentially had a pretty good look at already, but have come to understand in a slightly better way now that it's got a new handsome color set on its outer bits. Head back to the review of the HTC Flyer EURO then see...

What you’ve got here is a note-taking machine. You’re able to use the Notes app in so many different ways that we’re surprised an iteration of this device hasn’t been called the HTC Scribbler. You’ve got to keep an eye on the pen, unless of course...

Juin 2011

Avis d'expert par : PhoneArena Team (phonearena.com)

HTC EVO View 4G Review

 

Just a short year ago the tablet market was pretty barren. You had the iPad and…well that was about it. There were some no-name Windows CE ones out there and maybe even an Android tablet or two floating around in Chinese flea markets, but if you wanted...

Juin 2011