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    Default Re: Does the One mark the end of the EVO era?

    Quote Originally Posted by TEEMILL View Post
    Yes that's exactly what I am talking about I was not aware that u could disable that on every youtube blog I've seen on the review of that phone no one mentions that you can disable that feature

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    Yup, I'm pretty sure either Technobuffalo or The Verge said in their (written) coverage that you can disable it. One of those two probably. And even if you don't actively disable it it's as simple as a swipe from the right to get to the traditional homescreens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEEMILL View Post
    To me the HTC one looks to much like a Windows phone 8
    To me the design looks like a cross between an iPhone and the GS3.


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    Default Re: Does the One mark the end of the EVO era?

    Quote Originally Posted by mike31082 View Post
    To me the design looks like a cross between an iPhone and the GS3.
    The design of the phone looks great.
    But to me, the design of the stupid blink crap looks like a cross between crap and more crap. I would turn off that crap in a heartbeat! Crap!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by crxssi View Post
    The design of the phone looks great.
    But to me, the design of the stupid blink crap looks like a cross between crap and more crap. I would turn off that crap in a heartbeat! Crap!!
    Couldn't have said it any better myself! Crap!!
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    Default Re: Does the One mark the end of the EVO era?

    Quote Originally Posted by crxssi View Post
    The design of the phone looks great.
    But to me, the design of the stupid blink crap looks like a cross between crap and more crap. I would turn off that crap in a heartbeat! Crap!!
    For use as the default homescreen, for my usage, and apparently yours, I agree. There's absolutely nothing wrong with offering it as an option to add on in addition to the homescreens or as a widget though.

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    Default Re: Does the One mark the end of the EVO era?

    Quote Originally Posted by kronosqq View Post
    For use as the default homescreen, for my usage, and apparently yours, I agree. There's absolutely nothing wrong with offering it as an option to add on in addition to the homescreens or as a widget though.
    I couldn't agree more. I think having it as an option or widget for those with A.D.D. is fine as long as there is a way to remove/disable/turn it off. I strongly support configurable systems with lots of user customization and choice.

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    I would love the speakers but other than that ill wait for the next "one".
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    Default Re: Does the One mark the end of the EVO era?

    With the advent of a Verizon "variant" of the HTC One showing up on the radar it may be still possible for Sprint to pull a fast one and also make their variant an EVO phone...fingers crossed-->I love the 'EVO' brand and would hate to see it end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ZDK View Post
    With the advent of a Verizon "variant" of the HTC One showing up on the radar it may be still possible for Sprint to pull a fast one and also make their variant an EVO phone...fingers crossed-->I love the 'EVO' brand and would hate to see it end.
    That would be a really lousy and short sighted marketing move for Sprint and HTC. They need to remove the word "variant" from their vocabulary

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    Default Re: Does the One mark the end of the EVO era?

    If that stands true for Sprint & HTC then it should also stand true for Verizon & HTC as this new variant patterned after the HTC One WILL NOT be called the HTC One as it will fall close to the time of their annual release of the Droid Incredible series

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZDK View Post
    If that stands true for Sprint & HTC then it should also stand true for Verizon & HTC as this new variant patterned after the HTC One WILL NOT be called the HTC One as it will fall close to the time of their annual release of the Droid Incredible series

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    It stands true for any HTC phone on any carrier. Look at how much buzz the "one" has gotten over any other recent HTC phone, it's not all positive but at least people are talking about it. Why would anyone in their right mind want to dilute that?
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