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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Evo 4G.
    2. B.
    3. Yes.
    4. No LTE in my area till mid 2013. Don't need a kickstand, don't care for a NFC/Google Wallet or dedicated camera button.

    My answer to number 4 is optional, I can live or live without them, but the redesign really killed my wow factor.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner? 3D
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)
    No, I don't do samsung........ cheap design and bad radio issues
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    Nope, I like the design4. What other factors might affect your answer
    None, im defintely getting the new EVO
    Pushing my EVO to the limit!!! Not Hardly.....Rooted, Overclocked running Froyo and blazing on a 4G network accross the galaxy.

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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. 4G
    2. no
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2? yes
    4. What other factors might affect your answer
    Lack of replaceable battery makes the phone useless if used for more than a few hours a day.
    It's a deal breaker. Every cell phone since the dawn of time with the exception of the iphone has had the ability to swap batteries. If I wanted an Iphone, I'd have one, but I prefer function over jewelry.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you an Evo 4G/3D owner?

    Yes, a 4G owner.

    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones) I'm in this boat, have another year to go on my contract. But I'd go for the Evo 4G LTE if I was upgradeable sooner.
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2? No
    4. What other factors might affect your answer
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1) Yes, Evo 3D who also owned OG Evo, prior-to
    2) Yes, most likely, pending a few reviews and LTE data speed tests...
    3) No, it doesn't look half-bad to me.
    4) Only if the GSIII were to be announced and it outdoes the Evo 4G LTE; then I'd patiently wait for that one.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?

    Still rockin' the OG EVO (w/CM7).

    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE?

    Probably...

    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?

    I'm reserving final judgement until I can hold one in my hand, but the new EVO looks pretty bad in comparison to the One X. Too busy with the transitions from matte to red to shiny and the silver around the edge. The body is too angular, and the edges of the front glass are awkwardly squared off. OTOH I really like the kickstand on my EVO so I'm happy to see that feature.

    Lack of removable battery doesn't bother me in the least. SD card is similarly uninteresting -- I've got an 8G card in my EVO and now that I'm using Google Music it's mostly empty.

    4. What other factors might affect your answer

    Waiting to see what the SGIII looks like. Waiting for actual user reviews of the phone. I might decide to switch to ATT or Verizon based on other factors.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner? YES, old school 4G
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? YES
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2? Slightly, not too pumped about the glossy back part and how scratched up it will get. But, it won't stop me from getting it
    4. What other factors might affect your answer? Galaxy Nexus announcement and specs, but I am in Houston one of the first LTE markets so I have that going for me
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    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner? Sporting an epic 4g
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)

    C. Although very interested.
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    No

    4. What other factors might affect your answer.

    Not sure when LTE is coming in and how great it will be in my area, particularly for battery life.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?

    Yes. Or rather, I was. I bought the original EVO on release day. I swapped it out for the Epic 4G when that was released and gave my EVO to my wife.

    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE?

    No.

    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?

    Yes. I can't get over how much I do not like the design of the EVO version. When I first saw the HTC One X, I thought it was the most beautiful phone I've ever seen. It's such an elegent looking phone. I normally don't like white phones but the One X is GORGEOUS. HOWEVER... it has obvious flaws. No removable battery and no SD card. THAT IS THE ONLY THING SPRINT HAD TO CHANGE. It would be the GREATEST android phone to be released. I would buy it in a heartbeat. I'd buy it twice.

    Did they figure a phone that looked that beautiful AND had every sensible feature would be too unfair on the market? Did they have to make it ugly? Ugh... I'm not getting it out of spite.

    4. What other factors might affect your answer

    Nothing. I may be switching to AT&T just so I can get the One X. I hate hate the new phone's design THAT much.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Yep, EVO 4G.
    2. C, most likely. My OG EVO is still serving me well so I will wait for the quad-core LTE phones.
    3. Yes, to a degree. The One X is a quad-core phone and the 4G LTE is dual-core.
    4. The availability of LTE where I live. I have solid WiMax coverage right now, so until LTE has been rolled out in my town, I don't really see the use in upgrading just yet.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    EVO 3D
    I will go for the new one.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?
    No, Evo Shift(does that count)

    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)

    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    Only Slightly

    4. What other factors might affect your answer
    a) tired of Sense even though this latest iteration may not be as bad

    b) Samsung is working to make its Exynos quad-core LTE compatible in a quite unique way and with 22 months between upgrades I need something that will be future-proof
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. 4G and 3d owner (and treo 300, 600, palm pre)
    2. Probably.
    3. Yes. Would've been 1st in line if it looked like the One X. I will wait for other colors *fingers crossed*
    4. Hopefully i'll get in the republic wireless beta and drop sprint altogether.
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    I'm a huge HTC fan. I've had both the 4G and the 3D. Now I'm rocking a Samsung 4G Touch. I think I want to get the HTC LTE, but no way if DC metro isn't lit with LTE.
    I'm not seeing anyone taking that into consideration. Would you guys seriously upgrade if the new LTE network isn't up and running in your market?
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Yes Evo 4G
    2. a
    3. Not at all. Bigger battery, SD slot, and a stand. Nothing negative about that. The only design gripe I have is the cheap looking plastic on the top. Looks like you can potentially change it in the future since it's removable (I think).
    4. The biggest thing that I can see wrong with this phone is the non-removable battery. They made it so much better than the One X....why not just go that extra mile lol. Even though I have not been one to replace my battery at all, I can definitely notice the age. If I was ok with keeping this hardware, I could change my battery and possibly have that much more battery life. That being said, nothing short of a GSIII announcement with specs is going to stop me from getting this phone lol.
    Last edited by sharkknuckle; 04-10-2012 at 12:21 AM. Reason: Clarification
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    Quote Originally Posted by ECrispy View Post
    A simple poll.

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    4. What other factors might affect your answer
    1)EVO 4G
    2)Yes
    3)No
    4)Sprint LTE, WiMax was a letdown, and LTE is up in the air. Hopefully it works
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    Yes, EVO 4G

    YES

    NO

    Sprint's LTE Deployment may affect the timing of my purchase. If they don't get LTE down in DC relatively quickly, I'll hang on to my WiMax until it's available and then I'll make my purchase on an LTE phone.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    Quote Originally Posted by zeroefx View Post
    Sprint is is still doing the early early upgrade program until the 15th of this month I believe. If you call sprint and talk to someone insisting about the buyout program they'll transfer you to someone who knows their stuff. At the very most you'll be paying 165 for the buy your way out of the contract. But at the very least it'll be cheaper than off contract priceing.

    Search for " sprint Early buyout program" on Engadget for more details. :-)
    Thanks. Just looked it up. The 14th of this month is the deadline. So if I spend the $165, I assume I don't have to use the upgrade right away... instead I can wait until June when the Evo comes out. Do you know for sure?

    Here's the info in case anyone else in interested.
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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner? yes, Evo 4g since launch
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    A
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2? no
    4. What other factors might affect your answer...If new info about the SG3 becomes available. I may wait to test both phones out in the store before deciding. (If I can deal with this cracked screen for that much longer.
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    1. Had a day 1 Evo, now Epic Touch
    2. A

    3. No

    4. Nope none nadda

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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    Launch day Evo and Evo 3d owner

    Like the new design but since Sprint did away with yearly upgrades I'm leaving for Verizon. To take things away from loyal customers to get the failPhone upsets me, plus VZW's LTE network in Iowa is too good not to use on a daily basis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECrispy View Post
    A simple poll.

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    4. What other factors might affect your answer
    1. Yes, had an evo4g, insurance replaced to the evo3d
    2. Yes
    3. Nope
    4. I really have to get my hands on it. I think it may be a hair big for me - that's my only concern. My factors for upgrades are strictly specs, functionality and handfeel.

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    Default Re: Will you upgrade to the Evo 4G LTE?

    Quote Originally Posted by ECrispy View Post
    A simple poll.

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    4. What other factors might affect your answer
    1) Evo 4G, shortly after launch
    2) Definitely a - plan on pre-ordering as soon as it's available
    3) Nope
    4) None. Don't have 4G in this area ... from anyone. Nearest 4G from any carrier (that I'm aware of) is 1.5 hours away.
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    1. Yes, HTC EVO 3D.
    2. I have to upgrade before December or I lose it, so C.
    3. No.
    4. Staying with Sprint for unlimited data and hoping LTE makes a major improvement in my area.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ECrispy View Post
    A simple poll.

    1. Are you a Evo 4G/3D owner?
    2. Will you upgrade to the 4G LTE? choices are -
    a) yes
    b) no
    c) waiting for GS III news (or other phones)
    3. Has the redesign affected your answer to #2?
    4. What other factors might affect your answer
    1. Yes.
    2. Not Sure.
    3. Yes. (Don't like the non-removable battery idea)
    4. ...
    Phone: Evo 4G
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