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Old March 30th, 2012, 10:26 AM   #451 (permalink)
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Kickstand FTW!
lol! It's a big selling point for me! I use mine a lot, when I bake, I will look up recipes on my phone and then stand it up on the counter to look at the recipe while making whatever it is I'm making (while keeping the screen awake). NTM if I'm watching something on netflix. I've also heard the photon has awesome battery life and is pretty fast.
Could this be true?

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Saw that in the other thread. I love the concept, but I'm curious why they would put 16GB internal memory AND a micro SD slot. And why use AMOLED? It has great color, but HORRIFIC visibility in sunlight. I thought plain AMOLED was obsolete 2 years ago?

I'm also wondering WTF Sprint is thinking by numbering the Evo line as 4-3-1 (4G to 3D to Evo One). So confusing. I can just imagine...
"Hey, what phone do you have?"
-"The Evo One"
"Oh, the first Evo?"
-"No, that was the 4G"
"So that doesn't have 4G?"
-"Of course this has 4G, LTE"
"So it's the Evo 4G, the first one"
-"No, it's the Evo One, 4G, but it's the 3rd"
"How is the 3rd the 1st?"
-"It's not, it's the One"
"I thought there was more than one?"
-"There is, there's the 4G first, the 3D second, and the One third."
"Who's on First?"

GTFO Sprint. There's no way they can expect to go with that name.

All kidding aside... I will buy this if it really has the kickstand.
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My first Android phone was an HTC Hero and I did love it. However, I got tired of running out of hard drive space and having to remove apps to get rid of the 'Low Space' error.

I upgraded a year early to get the HTC EVO and I do really love it. But now I am running out of space on this phone (even with a bunch of my apps being on my SD card)

So I have about a year until I am eligible for another upgrade. I am hearing about another new HTC coming to Sprint (EVO One ?).

So my thinking is that I might consider upgrading early if the new HTC phone has all of the great functionality of my beloved HTC EVO and a larger hard drive. Or, I might just keep my EVO until my upgrade date...

What do you all think ?
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My first Android phone was an HTC Hero and I did love it. However, I got tired of running out of hard drive space and having to remove apps to get rid of the 'Low Space' error.

I upgraded a year early to get the HTC EVO and I do really love it. But now I am running out of space on this phone (even with a bunch of my apps being on my SD card)

So I have about a year until I am eligible for another upgrade. I am hearing about another new HTC coming to Sprint (EVO One ?).

So my thinking is that I might consider upgrading early if the new HTC phone has all of the great functionality of my beloved HTC EVO and a larger hard drive. Or, I might just keep my EVO until my upgrade date...

What do you all think ?
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Saw that in the other thread. I love the concept, but I'm curious why they would put 16GB internal memory AND a micro SD slot. And why use AMOLED? It has great color, but HORRIFIC visibility in sunlight. I thought plain AMOLED was obsolete 2 years ago?

I'm also wondering WTF Sprint is thinking by numbering the Evo line as 4-3-1 (4G to 3D to Evo One). So confusing. I can just imagine...
"Hey, what phone do you have?"
-"The Evo One"
"Oh, the first Evo?"
-"No, that was the 4G"
"So that doesn't have 4G?"
-"Of course this has 4G, LTE"
"So it's the Evo 4G, the first one"
-"No, it's the Evo One, 4G, but it's the 3rd"
"How is the 3rd the 1st?"
-"It's not, it's the One"
"I thought there was more than one?"
-"There is, there's the 4G first, the 3D second, and the One third."
"Who's on First?"

GTFO Sprint. There's no way they can expect to go with that name.

All kidding aside... I will buy this if it really has the kickstand.

you forgot 2 others...

EVO Shift
EVO Design


just noticed.. the E3D is Free but the EVO is still $99
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you forgot 2 others...

EVO Shift
EVO Design


just noticed.. the E3D is Free but the EVO is still $99
I didn't forget them. They just don't have numbers in their names, so they don't count
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I suggest doing what I did. Root and flash MikG 3.11. I now have about 48hrs of light-use battery life, and about 10hrs heavy usage. Also, thanks to MikG's native support for A2SD, I also have plentiful internal internal memory as a result of partitioning my 16gb class 10 micro SD card (I think I set aside 2gb). I now will have no problem making it until the Evo 2 is released.

Thanks for the suggestion MikG, but I honestly am not tech savy enough to root my phone. Trust me, if I tried, I would brick it.
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Thanks for the suggestion MikG, but I honestly am not tech savy enough to root my phone. Trust me, if I tried, I would brick it.
I thought the same thing, I took the time to read as much rooting info as I could, and then re-read and re-read it. Finally with a little kick in the azz from my friends at AF I attempted rooting and it worked out very nicely. The guys/gals around here are always willing to lend a hand, and are pretty savvy on the whole rooting thing. From what I read online and with the info you have available in the forum it would be pretty difficult to brick your phone. Hope this helps. Good Luck.
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Rooting is very easy if one were to get stuck or confused somewhere feel free to pm me ill help along the way

I plan on keeping my evo until lte rolls out why bother upgrading before then?
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If you do decide to try rooting, theres a whole section of the forum deticated to it here:EVO 4G - All Things Root - Android Forums

You'll find step-by-step instruction in our rooting guides, and if you aren't sure where to start you can always start a thread and one of us (probably 5 of us ) will walk you through it step by step
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not long im looking forward to December when my contract ends I can get rid of this phone I'll probably get the iPhone
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Saw that in the other thread. I love the concept, but I'm curious why they would put 16GB internal memory AND a micro SD slot. And why use AMOLED? It has great color, but HORRIFIC visibility in sunlight. I thought plain AMOLED was obsolete 2 years ago?

I'm also wondering WTF Sprint is thinking by numbering the Evo line as 4-3-1 (4G to 3D to Evo One). So confusing. I can just imagine...
"Hey, what phone do you have?"
-"The Evo One"
"Oh, the first Evo?"
-"No, that was the 4G"
"So that doesn't have 4G?"
-"Of course this has 4G, LTE"
"So it's the Evo 4G, the first one"
-"No, it's the Evo One, 4G, but it's the 3rd"
"How is the 3rd the 1st?"
-"It's not, it's the One"
"I thought there was more than one?"
-"There is, there's the 4G first, the 3D second, and the One third."
"Who's on First?"

GTFO Sprint. There's no way they can expect to go with that name.

All kidding aside... I will buy this if it really has the kickstand.
Excerpt from post I made back in January on Android Central....

....but if you got a Galaxy from Samsung, you got the top of the line. There is no such model for HTC. I would love to see an "Evo" line or Thunderbolt, etc. but one starting point for the high end "Cadillac" phone of the company. Whatever variation the carriers put on it fine but it is tip of HTC development. Motorola kind of did the same with the Atrix line on Verizon and Sprint. But HTC is all over the place. Make one solid phone with top-of-the-line hardware, quality material (like thin aluminum unibody designs), great specs, screens and processors etc. Call it HTC One (just an example) but market to all vendors as the Tmobile One, Sprint One, Verizon One...and update it once a year.....

Maybe HTC listened so you can cast an evil eye at me maybe :-)

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Thanks everyone...I'll at least consider rooting.

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im on a contract till may 2013, so i got a while..
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Looks like EVO4G lovers (me included there) will get the next evolution in the HTC One.
It pretty much stays true in spirit to what the original EVO4G was but with updated internals.

Some will say the EVO3D was the successor to the 4G but I never felt that way even with the 3D turned off.
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It's not the phones as much as the network to me. I happen to get pretty good Wimax coverage near my home and everywhere in NJ or NYC that matters to me. LTE coverage will have to be faster and better.

Sprint's probably going to have to step up the LTE though if they think an iPhone LTE is in the plans. I wouldn't get an iPhone, but I hardly see Sprint successfully roling out LTE without knowing iPhone demand will be outrageous if/when LTE is widespread and if it includes unlimited LTE. The whole success of Hesse's plan now has to include unlimited LTE for iPhone vs the other carriers tiered plans.

The thing I don't like about the new HTC superphone for Sprint is that it doesn't have a user-replaceable battery. I don't like taking that option from me as batteries do decline in performance over time. Also, it would help if the battery was lithium polymer instead of lithium ion.
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After playing with my gfs new iphone 4S...I will probably make the conversion sooner than later....strictly because of the display clarity
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IMO, there are plenty of phones with high screen resolution. Higher resolution=lower battery life.
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The iphone battery lasts way longer than my EVOs even with root apps for power managers
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The iphone battery lasts way longer than my EVOs even with root apps for power managers
Apple doesn't give a talk time that's readily available on its website. All it says is "outstanding battery life". Apple marketing .

Sprint lists it as 8 Hours of talk time, which is very average.

My main issue with getting an iPhone would be the closed garden approach apple takes. Theres a reason why gaining full control of an iPhone is called JAILbreaking it.

As for lasting longer than an EVO, I'm able to easily get a full 24 hours out of my phone, and have stretched it to 3.5 DAYS before with normal use. Anything over 18 hours isn't needed because I charge my phone at night. Your first issue with battery consumption is most likely using those power managers. Using apps to control battery levels isnt recommended. Android handles itself fine. I would also look into custom ROM/kernel combinations
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I was originally planning to wait at least 6 months after the Evo 4G LTE release to get it as I don't normally like to get brand new phones because most seem to have some kind of bugs that take a little while to resolve. I am now planning to pre-order it 7 May after all because the issues with my Evo 4G have become increasingly frustrating. Most frustrating of all is the memory issue. I've had this phone for almost 16 months now and at one point had 36 downloaded apps that cause no memory issues. Then, about 5-6 weeks ago I began getting the "low on space" message. I've got all the downloaded apps on the SD card with the exception of any that I'm running widgets for but I've still had to delete apps just to keep the memory issue under control. I currently have only 20 apps downloaded but will have to uninstall another one soon if I want to do any more updates. I've cleared my cache, uninstalled any updates on any bloatware apps I don't use, and was considering rooting my phone until I saw that the new Evo 4G LTE is going to sell for only $199. Not sure how they can sell it that cheap but with my $150 discount it's only going to cost me $50 to upgrade so it seems like a no brainer to do so.
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I was originally planning to wait at least 6 months after the Evo 4G LTE release to get it as I don't normally like to get brand new phones because most seem to have some kind of bugs that take a little while to resolve. I am now planning to pre-order it 7 May after all because the issues with my Evo 4G have become increasingly frustrating. Most frustrating of all is the memory issue. I've had this phone for almost 16 months now and at one point had 36 downloaded apps that cause no memory issues. Then, about 5-6 weeks ago I began getting the "low on space" message. I've got all the downloaded apps on the SD card with the exception of any that I'm running widgets for but I've still had to delete apps just to keep the memory issue under control. I currently have only 20 apps downloaded but will have to uninstall another one soon if I want to do any more updates. I've cleared my cache, uninstalled any updates on any bloatware apps I don't use, and was considering rooting my phone until I saw that the new Evo 4G LTE is going to sell for only $199. Not sure how they can sell it that cheap but with my $150 discount it's only going to cost me $50 to upgrade so it seems like a no brainer to do so.
Thats what they're selling it for with a new 2 year agreement. So if your not due for an upgrade it will be way more than that.
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...Most frustrating of all is the memory issue ... about 5-6 weeks ago I began getting the "low on space" message. ...I currently have only 20 apps downloaded but will have to uninstall another one soon if I want to do any more updates.
1- Root your phone
2- Buy a 16Gig or 32Gig Class 10 micro SD card and partition it (setting aside about 2Gigs in the partition)
3- Flash MikG3.11
4- Enjoy never seeing that "low memory" message again!

I have a 16Gig micro SD setup this way, and I have 231MB available on my phone, and 2.74Gigs available on my SD. Oh, and I have over 150 downloaded apps listed.

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I saw that the new Evo 4G LTE is going to sell for only $199. Not sure how they can sell it that cheap but with my $150 discount it's only going to cost me $50 to upgrade so it seems like a no brainer to do so.
I'm pretty sure the $199 price only applies after you've started a plan, after you've activated a new line, or after you've used an eligible upgrade. So you're not going to see it for $50. Not before Christmas at least...
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Thats what they're selling it for with a new 2 year agreement. So if your not due for an upgrade it will be way more than that.
That's something I'm still not 100% clear on. During my last conversation with Sprint I was told that I was currently eligible for the $150 discount(which I already knew) and that I would be eligible for a rebate once I hit my 20th month which is an improvement over the 22nd month requirement as it used to be. Come 7 May when Pre-orders begin I will be in my 17th month and my understanding is that I can use my $150 and "sign" a new 2 year agreement and get the phone at the $199 cost. My main issue is that when I tried to get the Sprint rep to say it that way to me so I'm left unsure what my actual cost will be come 7 May. I'm hoping the phone will be added to Sprints online store prior to 7 May so I can see what my listed cost is but I'm guessing that it won't post there until the morning of the 7th.

Does that sound about right to those of you more in the know than I?
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1- Root your phone
2- Buy a 16Gig or 32Gig Class 10 micro SD card and partition it (setting aside about 2Gigs in the partition)
3- Flash MikG3.11
4- Enjoy never seeing that "low memory" message again!

I have a 16Gig micro SD setup this way, and I have 231MB available on my phone, and 2.74Gigs available on my SD. Oh, and I have over 150 downloaded apps listed.
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Regarding the root option.. I'm defiantly considering that. It's between that route & getting the 4G LTE when it's released. Determining the actual cost to me will be the determining factor. If my current phone was working without issue and my cost for the 4G LTE was $150 or more on 7 May then I'd be on board with rooting this phone until my 20th month when my full $150 discount & $150 rebate kicks or my 24 month when I'd have to renew anyway.

Unfortunately my phone is not working without issue right now so I've got to factor that into my decision.
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I'm pretty sure the $199 price only applies after you've started a plan, after you've activated a new line, or after you've used an eligible upgrade. So you're not going to see it for $50. Not before Christmas at least...[/QUOTE]


So are you saying you believe the cost before my $150 discount would likely be around $300? That sounds more likely than it being $50 to me but I can still embrace my wishfull thinking. ;-)
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So are you saying you believe the cost before my $150 discount would likely be around $300? That sounds more likely than it being $50 to me but I can still embrace my wishfull thinking. ;-)
If your not due for an upgrade...... this is going to be a $650+ phone
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no matter how you cut it... from sprint.. it will be $200 with a 2 yr contract.

best buy, radioshack, online stores,.. etc.. might give you incentives off the $200... to make it cheaper.. but be careful of the small print! they also add in an extra to the EFT if you cancel!
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I confirmed with 2 different Sprint reps today that my cost after my $150 discount will be $199. Wierd thing is that another rep told me 4 weeks ago I had a $150 rebate coming avail to me at my 20 month mark but both reps today said they have no idea why I was told that because that's not the case. My cost on 7 May(17th month) is the same as my cost will be if I waited until the last month of my contract. That leaves little value to my waiting to get the LTEvo other than the bug issue.
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Interesting... I don't know if they are misinformed or what, but theres no way this is going to be a $350 phone without any sort of contract. This is Sprints flagship device

Any highend smartphone out there is not retailing for that cheap.

The galazy nexus is going to be $550(preorder price, who knows what itll be once its actually out), the 16gb iPhone 4s is $650, the Galaxy SII is $500.



I believe thats what they told you, but I'll believe that price when I see it.
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I've had mine since launch weekend, June 2010. Thinking of ditching Sprint though to grab the HTC One XL on AT&T when it comes out soon. I love my EVO but Sprint's 3G speeds are slow, I can't keep 4G on without killing the battery (I use tethering a lot for work), and I'm not about to buy the EVO LTE and wait for Sprint to build out its LTE network in my area. This article today didn't help:

3G and 4G Wireless Speed Showdown: Which Networks Are Fastest? | PCWorld

It's sad that AT&T's HSPA+ 3G network is almost as fast as Sprint's Wimax 4G. I'd be perfectly fine using AT&T's 3G for tethering for work, and it won't kill my battery like Wimax does right now.
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I've had mine since launch weekend, June 2010. Thinking of ditching Sprint though to grab the HTC One XL on AT&T when it comes out soon. I love my EVO but Sprint's 3G speeds are slow, I can't keep 4G on without killing the battery (I use tethering a lot for work), and I'm not about to buy the EVO LTE and wait for Sprint to build out its LTE network in my area. This article today didn't help:

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It's sad that AT&T's HSPA+ 3G network is almost as fast as Sprint's Wimax 4G. I'd be perfectly fine using AT&T's 3G for tethering for work, and it won't kill my battery like Wimax does right now.
I saw that article as well. Being a man of science, I have some issues with them doing a test like that. First off, they only used 1 type of cell phone for each carrier. Also, they were only in each city for a day or two. Additionally, they used averages of pings to both coasts to calculate speed. Finally, they were only in a few locations in each city. To sum it up... I'd hardly call it comprehensive. Whatever money they spent on project that would've been better spent on something else.


Is Sprints data network pretty bad? I'm sure it is. They're trying to juggle 2 totally different 4G networks and all current data networks are suffering because of it. Having to order all those iPhones didn't help it at all either. Its completely bogging down the network and Sprint is still taking a huge loss on it.

I'm on WIFI 90% of the time and don't care though. I'm not in a 4G area and won't be for the foreseeable future. I've been in one before and was less than impressed (I pulled a PCWorld there )


Plus, I'm sticking with unlimited data. Especially if your tethering 4G for work. Thats gonna cost you on any other network
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This.

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My friend is on AT&T and he is *always* going over his monthly data cap. One time it was like a week and a half into his time...

I would think that using tethering would a) eat a lot of your data and b) get AT&T pissed off and they might can your contract.

But I definitely get what you're saying. My data speeds can be impossibly slow. In fact, I spent over an hour trying to load a page today just pressing refresh whenever I saw it had timed out. I was watching TV, so it wasn't like I was really in *need* of the site, but still. I get where you're coming form.
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My friend is on AT&T and he is *always* going over his monthly data cap. One time it was like a week and a half into his time...

I would think that using tethering would a) eat a lot of your data and b) get AT&T pissed off and they might can your contract.

But I definitely get what you're saying. My data speeds can be impossibly slow. In fact, I spent over an hour trying to load a page today just pressing refresh whenever I saw it had timed out. I was watching TV, so it wasn't like I was really in *need* of the site, but still. I get where you're coming form.
I don't think I've ever gone over 3 GB. I visit a lot of clients and need to use it frequently but only for short amounts of time. And I do use Wi-Fi whenever possible.
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Interesting... I don't know if they are misinformed or what, but theres no way this is going to be a $350 phone without any sort of contract. This is Sprints flagship device

Any highend smartphone out there is not retailing for that cheap.

The galazy nexus is going to be $550(preorder price, who knows what itll be once its actually out), the 16gb iPhone 4s is $650, the Galaxy SII is $500.



I believe thats what they told you, but I'll believe that price when I see it.
Sorry if I wasn't clear but it will be with a new contract.

I agree that it's a little hard to believe that the phone will cost around $349 but I was asked for clarification 3-4 times when speaking to both Sprint reps and they kept insisting that my cost will be $199 after my $150 discount with a new 2 year contract. Time will tell if that ultimatly turns out to be the case. Guess I'll know in 19 days.
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So I've decided to try rooting my Evo 4G. If that works and I get the results I'm hoping for then I'll be good for awhile and can wait until 5-6 months after the LTEvo's release as I would normally prefer to do.

Wish me luck.
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This is going to be my sixth post in this thread. -_-
I really hope that this my last, as I currently have my eyes on the HTC Evo 4G LTE
I hope I don't hear news about a new, better phone before I get the LTEvo, as I'll most likely wait for that one to come out.
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So I've decided to try rooting my Evo 4G. If that works and I get the results I'm hoping for then I'll be good for awhile and can wait until 5-6 months after the LTEvo's release as I would normally prefer to do.

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Sorry if I wasn't clear but it will be with a new contract.

I agree that it's a little hard to believe that the phone will cost around $349 but I was asked for clarification 3-4 times when speaking to both Sprint reps and they kept insisting that my cost will be $199 after my $150 discount with a new 2 year contract. Time will tell if that ultimatly turns out to be the case. Guess I'll know in 19 days.
If you get on the sprint website the phone is listed at $200 with a contract. They aren't giving you your discount
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So I've decided to try rooting my Evo 4G. If that works and I get the results I'm hoping for then I'll be good for awhile and can wait until 5-6 months after the LTEvo's release as I would normally prefer to do.

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I have had my EVO for about a year now, and it has been good to me. Still stock, but I got an itch.
I will be getting the Sprint Galaxy Nexus this Sunday.
I got a $50 coupon from sprint in the mail for being a Platinum member and a free early upgrade. They have the Nexus for $199 on pre-sale, minus the $50, and they will give me $120 for the EVO. So, for $30 I think this is a good deal.
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I have had my EVO for about a year now, and it has been good to me. Still stock, but I got an itch.
I will be getting the Sprint Galaxy Nexus this Sunday.
I got a $50 coupon from sprint in the mail for being a Platinum member and a free early upgrade. They have the Nexus for $199 on pre-sale, minus the $50, and they will give me $120 for the EVO. So, for $30 I think this is a good deal.
Anyone else jumping up to the Nexus???
No, I will be waiting for the HTC EVO 4g LTE. It shouldn't be too much longer until it is out and it is miles ahead of the Nexus.
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I'll probably have to wait a few months before its out, but I'll be on that 4G LTE as well
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I'll probably have to wait a few months before its out, but I'll be on that 4G LTE as well
I will most likely wait a few weeks to a month just to see if any major issues show up. I also don't have an upgrade until next year so I will have to "borrow" one of the other lines upgrade.
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I'll be in the middle of a move and won't get reimbursed for all of those expenses till September, so money is going to be tight(i'm a full time student) and its looking like I'll have to wait till then. I have family with upgrades due already so I'll be very active with the phone until I get my hands on one for myself.
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The nexus is 4G LTE also
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If you get on the sprint website the phone is listed at $200 with a contract. They aren't giving you your discount


My thinking is that if I'm paying $199 as is any non-Sprint customers then I'm getting a discount since I'd be paying more if I was mid-contract, right?

The only cost showing on Sprints web site so far is the $199. I'm very curious to see what cost shows for pre-20th month Sprint customers on the "phones & devices" page once the phone goes up there.
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June 3 (or was it 4?) is just around the corner, will any of the guys who got their phone on the first day keep, upgrade or change providers all together?

I'm still scouting the market for the next best thing, but I think I'm ready to change provider very soon. 4G in my area didn't materialize as I imagined it, even after 2 years. I'm paying almost $100/month including TEP, and I think I'm ready to scale down a bit as I don't really use too much data, nor do I call anyone that often. Oh well, any suggestions?

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It does but hardware wise it is behind. Which is what I meant.
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My thinking is that if I'm paying $199 as is any non-Sprint customers then I'm getting a discount since I'd be paying more if I was mid-contract, right?

The only cost showing on Sprints web site so far is the $199. I'm very curious to see what cost shows for pre-20th month Sprint customers on the "phones & devices" page once the phone goes up there.
As long as you are either a new customer signing a new contract or eligible for an upgrade and another 2 year contract you will be paying the $199.

If your not eligible for an upgrade you pay an early upgrade fee, they may be giving you a discount to get you to the same price as if you were eligible
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