HTC along with Sprint have just released an Over-The Air (OTA) software update for the 4G handset EVO 4G. The software update weighs in at 21.43MB, and mostly fixes bugs. The OTA software fix version number is 1.47.651.1. No official change log about the software fix is available as of now though.
Reports suggest that the software fix is mainly for improving the Wi-Fi performance of the device. It might be possible that the software update will also enable the Wi-Fi 802.11n hardware inside the EVO 4G. The HTC EVO 4G is the first phone in the market to feature 4G. Along with this, the 4.3-inch TFT LCD and the 1 GHz Snapdragon processor make the device a monster in its own right. The EVO 4G also has an 8MP camera at the back, and a mini-HDMI out port.
The only downside of the phone, other than its huge size, is the poor battery life. Maybe this software update will also improve the battery life of the phone?