I want it now or Im getting a 5C
I want it now or Im getting a 5C
Haha lolllll cool threatQuote:
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No one cares.
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Let me give you a serious answer, since the other three didn't want to answer your question.
The evo LTE is about the same age as my s3. We (the s3) will be receiving jb 4.3 by the end of this month. Whereas, technically since the evo LTE was part of the old HTC one lineup, it may not receive anymore updates. With only 1gb of ram the LTE may not even run 4.3 sense stabily. Maybe aosp, but not full blown sense.
It all comes down to the manufacturer and the popularity of the device. Samsung supports their flagships for 18 months. HTC can't say the same, as they base their updates on popularity and demand, since they are a significantly smaller company. 2012 was a very bad year to purchase an HTC device.
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Sarcasm : the other white meat! :thumbup:
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What you want and what you get is two different things.Quote:
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What I want and what I'll get are one and the same. I'm getting updates as soon as possible. I'm getting a Nexus 5 to go with my Nexus 7.Quote:
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Enjoy that 5C.
I'll enjoy dual band LTE(1900 and 800) and $49 price....b000sh
Good luck being locked down also.
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Get whatever works. I like them both. Both have their ups and downs.
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Big tank Silly you.
The iPhone 5C is reportedly crashing at 2x the rate of iPhone 5 crashes.
Take a Kit Kat bar. Jam it through your charge port. BAM! HTC EVO 4G LTE with Kit Kat.
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But I heard it only works with the Key Lime Pie flavored ones
Enjoy your 5C cause the EVO ain't gettin no KitKat in our lifetime.....
5C doesn't have KitKat.Quote:
Might as well stick with the EVO.
Ok all joking aside, why would we ever get 4.3 at this point? It seems like Kit Kat would make more sense on numerous fronts. And sense HTC doesnt seem posed to create a new flagship(either an updated ONE or new EVO) wouldn't jumping this phone to Kit Kat be a better business move for them and their relationship with Sprint at least until they resolve some their internal strife and figure out what direction they intend to take the company? just my thoughts but interested in y'alls takes as well
Because almost all the work for testing and porting 4.3 to the Evo has likely already been done. And that is probably a considerable amount of time and money invested. If they were to consider 4.4, they would have to start all over again.Quote:
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I agree which is why Kit Kat makes 4.3 less likely. If you released 4.3 right now it may extend the device life 6 months at most and since you just released the successor(One Max) of the your most commercially viable phone ever(The One) with no plans of anything else in the chain why would you pinhole your company in that manner. Keep em waiting for Kit Kat,which Google has already marketed as a savior of older devices, and it effectively extends your R&D cycle for the next killer product in your arsenal
But also watches, and embedded and such... lots of things can benefit from a chop in needed specs.Quote:
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