- 03-08-2011, 08:52 AM #26
4.3 is perfect screen size. People who complain about the size probably don't have a 4.3'', it's really not that big.
I hope this pans out, i've been feeling left out cause every other carrier is getting new android phones....
Can someone explain the sprint upgrade change? I hear they have changed it from 12 months to 22? Does that effect those who are premier customers, I've been w/ them for 8 or 9 years.
*update: just checked online, I got a PalmPre in November 09, it says i can upgrade my phone now with the (150 discount) so i guess it's not affecting me?Palm Pre > HTC Evo 4g > HTC Evo 3d> Galaxy S2> Sprint Galaxy S3> Tmobile Galaxy S3> Tmoble HTC One & Asus Transformer Pad Infiniti
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- 03-09-2011, 01:04 AM #30
I'd like to see the Evo3D be at least 4.3"-4.5" honestly, but I'm also a big guy - so it'd fit me more. Plus, the 3D doesn't even hold any sway with me. I don't see the point as it's not gonna make my texts/emails/phone calls work any better. That said, I sure would show it off to my iPhone toting friends.
I would like to see a huge jump in specs from my Evo though, Snapdragon 2 plus a ton of internal memory and at very least x2-x3 the RAM we have now. If this is going to be Sprint's next flagship phone, they need to come out with the guns a blazin'!
- 03-09-2011, 02:26 PM #31
If this "Evo" is in fact HTC, and the specs are even comparable to the "TunderDOLT", I'll be more than happy to take my five lines to Sprint for a piece of that action! Apple really knows how to do two things well. Sell phones and corrupt companies that sell their phones..."In valor, there is hope."
- 03-09-2011, 05:46 PM #32
of course for the right phone i would get used to it (as long as they up the resolution)
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- 03-10-2011, 10:12 AM #38
is anyone worried that if the Evo 3D is HTC that it will NOT be dual core. I mean all the rumours I heard is that HTC is waiting for qualcom to release dual core products. Shlt even the HTC Flayer that has been anounced just recently and a tablet is NOT dual core.
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- 03-10-2011, 07:33 PM #42
i don't think this is true. all evo phones have htc in the official trademark.
htc evo 4g
htc evo shift 4g
htc evo view 4g
if it was owned by sprint it would be the sprint evo 4g by htc imho.
you could be right but i don't think it has been confirmed either way.
- 03-11-2011, 10:45 AM #43
- 03-11-2011, 10:53 AM #44
Saying all this and that... I'm kinda disappointed about the decision Sprint made on pushing back upgrades for "primary lines" from 12mths - 22mths beginning in April.
I hope the phones come out later on down, so by the time I get it it won't be a year old.
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- 03-11-2011, 01:39 PM #48
Sent from my Galaxy Note 4 😎😎
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- 03-11-2011, 04:01 PM #49
- 03-22-2011, 03:01 PM #50
Looks like the EVO might be the "geek-dream" phone *again* this year. Sprint FTW! Granted, we'll have to see some real-world testing/benchmarks before we can determine if the CPU is really faster than the Tegra 2, but it looks very promising.
I'm super pumped about the announcement this afternoon at CITA. Bring on the EVO 3D!!!