January 4, 2011 | by Michael Heller
The EVO Shift has already leaked a couple pre-order pages, and we’re getting another pre-order page, but this time we’re also getting a more fleshed out spec sheet and a video review courtesy of Wirefly.
The EVO Shift seems to have ditched the front-facing camera of the original EVO, dropped the screen size, and switched from a 1Ghz processor to an 800Mhz processor. Overall, it seems that the EVO Shift is related more to the T-Mobile G2 than the original EVO. The specs are:
- 3.6″ screen
- 800Mhz processor
- 512MB RAM
- 4G connectivity (obviously)
- 5 megapixel camera (capable of 720p video)
- 1500 mAH battery
- Android 2.2
It looks like a good set of revisions all around, though I would have liked to see the front-facing camera stick around. Wirefly has also posted a pre-order page, and has been kind enough to undercut both Radio Shack and Amazon by charging only $119.99 for the phone, shipping January 9th. Here’s the video overview of the phone, links at the bottom!