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Old June 5th, 2012, 08:55 AM   #1 (permalink)
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hi should i get an htc evo lte or wait for the galaxy3 thx for help

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Hello and welcome aboard. Thanks for joining the community. I've moved your thread to our Android Lounge section where I'm sure you'll get a lot of responses for your concern.

P.s. I would say for you to get the Evo 4g lte. (Being biase )
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What do you want from your phone. In terms of asthetics get the evo, it also has the slightly clearer diplay. If you want a removable battery, more punchier colours and a better proccessor and GPU. It all depends on what you want from our phone
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hi should i get an htc evo lte or wait for the galaxy3 thx for help
AT this point I would say just wait. The GS3 will be out soon, then you can have some hands on experience to see which one you prefer.
 
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It depends on your needs and what's right for you.
I too was debating between the two but stuck with the EVO LTE for my needs. The speaker is clear. The screen has sharpness to it. It's a lot lighter and thinner than I expected. It has a external sdcard slot (unlike One X). Battery life is really good and larger than the One X.

If you are not leaning more on either choice, I suggest you wait and play with the phones. You can't go wrong with either choice.

In case you didn't know, Samsung Galaxy S 3 has a dual core snapdragon and 2 GB of RAM compared to International versoin (which has quad core and 1 GB of RAM).
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Samsung Galaxy S III if you want the smoothest UI and fast responsiveness, best Internet download/upload speeds and best CPU/GPU/RAM. TouchWiz 4.0 is a huge improvement over the normal TouchWiz and adds 3D effects, more customizations and is the smoothest UI I've ever used (even more smooth than iOS).

HTC EVO if you want Sense and absolutely need to get it before the 21st of June.
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