Can’t wait to get your hands on Sprint’s upcoming WiMAX-capable HTC EVO 4G? Are you looking to take it the extra step and actually code Android apps for the power-packed smartphone formerly known as the HTC Supersonic? Well, you’re in luck. Sprint has just released their HTC EVO 4G Developer’s Guide to help third party Android devs build out applications for the handset ahead of its launch later this year. The guide should give some insight into how to take advantage of the EVO’s high-end features – the WiMAX radio, the secondary camera, and of course the HDMI-out port.
The EVO 4G will already come pre-loaded with customized versions of the Qik and Layar Android apps, which take full advantage of the phone’s capabilities. But, that’s not going to be enough to satisfy the legions of Android fans who will be flocking to the smartphone for its multimedia prowess. To that end, Sprint is looking to spark development for what will likely turn out to be their hottest phone of 2010. The only question is, will the forward-facing camera be used for video conferencing?
Find the Sprint HTC EVO 4G Developer’s Guide in its entirety here.
This is what HDMI-out looks like on the EVO 4G: