The Evo View is almost exactly like the Flyer, except that it's 4G-capable, just like its namesake the HTC Evo 4G. There are also a few cosmetic differences in the finish. Beyond that, the Evo View will continue to have a 1.5GHz Snapdragon processor, 32GB internal memory, 5-megapixel rear camera, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. It can also serve as a hot spot for up to eight devices. Accompanying the tablet is a stylus pen you can use to highlight text and take notes.
Much was made of the fact that the Flyer debuted with Android 2.3 Gingerbread operating system that Google has built for tablets. Sprint told CNET that it plans to update the HTC Evo View to Honeycomb as soon as it's been made available. That could be before the product is released, but it's possible Sprint will also push out Honeycomb as an update after its opening sales day. Until then, Sprint's demo units run the latest version of HTC Sense, HTC's interface that rests on top of Gingerbread.
Pricing information is still to be revealed.