Fandango isn't the only one using the HTC EVO 4G to showcase its Android app; ooVoo is doing it too.
The company's ooVoo Mobile video chat app enables users to have multi-party video calls with up to 6 people, place calls to computers and Android/iOS phones, receive calls through a web browser (no app required), and access their ooVoo account and contacts via phone, PC, or Mac. It works over WiFi, 3G, and 4G and also supports text chat and calling landlines. Compared to Fring and Qik, it really is "heads above the competition."
And out of all the Android devices that can use the app (Android 2.2 recommended and front cam obviously required), ooVoo has chosen the 8-month-old EVO for the app banners on its website. The phone has been stripped of its Sprint and HTC branding, but that doesn't make it any less recognizable to folks like us.[ooVoo] Thanks, sethurtel!