As postpaid smartphones continue to make advances in hardware, prepaid subscribers have often been left behind. However, a report from Pocketnow states that Boost Mobile is looking to step its hardware game up by bringing Sprint’s HTC EVO Design 4G to its catalog sometime this quarter. If this report holds true, the HTC EVO Design 4G would arguably be the most powerful smartphone on Boost’s roster — save for 4G WiMAX connectivity, of course.
As a refresher the EVO Design 4G features a 4-inch qHD display, a 1.2GHz single-core processor and 768MB of RAM, but unlike its postpaid counterpart, Boost’s version of the EVO Design 4G is said to ship with Android 4.0 opposed to Android 2.3. There aren’t details on pricing yet, but if this device does make it to Boost, hopefully it will have a better run than it did on Sprint.