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Old April 5th, 2012, 09:26 AM   #101 (permalink)
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Yup. Sick of how my EVO handles its memory, sick of the "Low on space" message, and my contract is up in June! I do love the Note though, checked it out last night, but that would cost $100 more!
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How does it compare to the One X? With the quad core processor I would assume the X would outperform the new EVO.
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preorder starts May 7... and should be released about the same time as all other EVOs in the past: early June
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How does it compare to the One X? With the quad core processor I would assume the X would outperform the new EVO.

you will be happy to hear...
the new Evo.. outperforms in most test against the X.

i think the X is better at graphics... so graphics intensive games would be better.
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What do you guys think? Is it now time to upgrade our Evos? I have had my upgrade credit since last October with Sprint, but have seen no reason to upgrade. I live in Omaha, and we never got Wimax, so I never got to use 4G. It would be awesome if a majority of people in this forum upgraded at the same time so we could all move over at the same time.
Little doubt that I will have this phone in June. That is unless Samsung drops something that teleports you magically to another nirvana universe. So see you here in June.
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Most people agree this phone will be as good if not better than the quad core X.


Plus the quad cores don't support LTE
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Well this will be my last post on this thread, I will be upgrading to the EVO LTE and mostly hanging out in that forum.
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The Htc One X will not be on sprint. Sorry.... In order to improve the mood. Htc did announce and Htc Evo Lte which is an improved versoin of the One X. The kickstand has been improved and may other things.

HTC Evo 4G LTE Hands On: One Serious Piece of Slick

Ohhh amd the best news is..... I will be out in.....

Wait for it....

Q2 this year. So anyday now we could finally see a true next gen Evo!

Indeed!
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With the EVO 4G LTE, is the battery non-removable like the One-X?
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With the EVO 4G LTE, is the battery non-removable like the One-X?

non-removable... the body is once piece aluminum case... only the top back is plastic, can be removed, but the battery is located at the bottom.

i am sure (guessing)... like the iphone.. you can still have the battery replaced.. you have to take the phone completely apart.
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"King is dead..Long live the king" (EVO 4G LTE) Be my last post on this thread as well and moving over to LTE thread. RIP EVO Wimax, been a good companion for almost 2yrs.

Bring on Sense 4.0, ICS, NFC, SLCD2 720p, 16g Mem Storage, improved 2.0f/s 8mp shooter, S4 Krait, full HDMI mirroring, DNLA, Burst camera mode, 1080p video capture, and 4.7in screen. "I think that's about it for the list of spec bumps"
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non-removable... the body is once piece aluminum case... only the top back is plastic, can be removed, but the battery is located at the bottom.

i am sure (guessing)... like the iphone.. you can still have the battery replaced.. you have to take the phone completely apart.
Damn. This might be a deal-breaker for me.
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Damn. This might be a deal-breaker for me.

the old EVO only has a 1400 battery... the Evo1 will come with 2000!!! and a better more efficient CPU... it MIGHT be a game changer.

you might want to wait to see other's real world reviews.. once it is released.
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"King is dead..Long live the king" (EVO 4G LTE) Be my last post on this thread as well and moving over to LTE thread. RIP EVO Wimax, been a good companion for almost 2yrs.

Bring on Sense 4.0, ICS, NFC, SLCD2 720p, 16g Mem Storage, improved 2.0f/s 8mp shooter, S4 Krait, full HDMI mirroring, DNLA, Burst camera mode, 1080p video capture, and 4.7in screen. "I think that's about it for the list of spec bumps"
and the Kickstand is back.. which works on 3 sides!!!!

and the EVO1 is poisonous to all idevices!
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the old EVO only has a 1400 battery... the Evo1 will come with 2000!!! and a better more efficient CPU... it MIGHT be a game changer.

you might want to wait to see other's real world reviews.. once it is released.

I presently use a 3500mAh Seidio extended battery, which blows away even a 2000mAh one. I often have to swap out batteries daily because of heavy use. If I'm forced to recharge an internal 2000mAh battery, thereby effectively rendering my phone unusable, this would be a royal pain in the ass, especially because I can see myself having to do it more than once per day.
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I presently use a 3500mAh Seidio extended battery, which blows away even a 2000mAh one. I often have to swap out batteries daily because of heavy use. If I'm forced to recharge an internal 2000mAh battery, thereby effectively rendering my phone unusable, this would be a royal pain in the ass, especially because I can see myself having to do it more than once per day.

well.. shiit man.. you really spend a lot of time on the device!

why is the phone unusable while charging??

I agree.. this device is not for you.
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I can use it if it's charging in my car, of course, or similar spots, but at home, unless I'm sitting next to the outlet or get a long ass cord, it's really a pain to use while charging. Plus, if I use it a lot while charging, the charge itself takes MUCH longer.
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I can use it if it's charging in my car, of course, or similar spots, but at home, unless I'm sitting next to the outlet or get a long ass cord, it's really a pain to use while charging. Plus, if I use it a lot while charging, the charge itself takes MUCH longer.

i see.. what about bluetooth?
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That's for when one uses it as a phone!
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well.. shiit man.. you really spend a lot of time on the device!

why is the phone unusable while charging??

I agree.. this device is not for you.
I haven't noticed where the charging port is located. If it's located on the side, then it will certainly hinder the usage while charging imo.
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Most people agree this phone will be as good if not better than the quad core X.


Plus the quad cores don't support LTE
The quad core One X wont support LTE but will have a LTE antena in them for a patch later.

I have also been told that the One X in the states will not ship as a quad core but as a duel core. I am not sure how reliable the source is but it would be an easy fix to the LTE issue.

Non removible battery is a non issue for me beings I already carry around a charger amd have become acustom to charging my phone when I have a chance. Its just more of what I have been doing since I got the evo.
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I see the new charging port is the same one that my EVO 4G uses which just quit working for me yesterday.

I am glad to see there is a newer better EVO out but I do hope they have improved the snugness of the charging port. I knew there was a problem with this and I have been very careful not to compromise mine. To no avail.

I would have liked to see a different or seperate charging port on the new design. But I do have a bunch of cables already.

Going to get xtra battery and charging dock today.
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A great read for quad cores vs dual cores:

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Just a curiosity question, and not one of impatience--on average, how long from when a new phone like this new EVO comes out is rooting usually available for it? I'm just curious if I end up getting this thing in June when a root of it might be possible.
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Just a curiosity question, and not one of impatience--on average, how long from when a new phone like this new EVO comes out is rooting usually available for it? I'm just curious if I end up getting this thing in June when a root of it might be possible.
Well, the One X was S-OFF before it was even released. This being a variant of that device, I can't imagine it'll be very long.

Note, of course, that you should still be able to unlock the bootloader with HTCDev.com immediately, with the caviat that your warranty will be voided (until someone comes up with a workaround for it).

That being the case, as long as a custom recovery is available for the device, root should be no problem.

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I'm sure this time around, many people can agree that the EVO 4G LTE is the true "successor" for the OG EVO 4G.
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Sure looks like it! I'm really psyched for this one now.
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Too bad I left Sprint for ATT. I've had the Vivid now since it came out and to be honest I'm kind of getting over the whole smart phone thing. I just use mine to tether my iPad and every blue moon I'll make a phone call.

I could really use a dumb phone on LTE that lets me tether.
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Assuming you're sticking with sprint? Would you get another Evo or is there something else you're eyeing up?
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Assuming you're sticking with sprint? Would you get another Evo or is there something else you're eyeing up?
Realistically, the first thing I'd do is buy a cheap "back-up" phone that I'd have to always be able to use in "emergency" situations (e.g. phone repair, lost phone, etc.). Then, I'd wait until all the superphones for the year are fully released (all of them will likely be out by the end of October or November). Based on phones that are currently available and the rumored phones, it would basically be a choice of LTEvo, SGS 3, Motorola Photon Q, and LG Eclipse.

All that said, I know Best Buy was having a deal during release of LTEvo where they were giving money back for old EVO's. I could be wrong, but part of me wants to say that there were people that even had EVO's with broken screens that they got $50 to put towards an upgrade to the LTEvo.

Nontheless, everyone's take will be different, so it's best to go the route that's most comfortable for you.
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Hi love my EVO but not happy about its memory. But i can't upgrade till October. And when I can I think im going for the LTE.
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You will NOT be disappointed, Captain! You will absolutely LOVE the increased memory capacity. I've got God knows how many apps installed, and I'm still at well over 1GB of space left.
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I haven't had the chance to use the LTE but I used the Design. What a piece of crap. I'm about ready to turn it in and get back on my og Evo. The Design is laggy and ICS is not all all that... either that or the Design just makes it crap.
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The ltevo is absolutely a true successor
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honesty, I could never get this phone. or any other that doesn't have a battery to pull out. There are so many problems that can be fixed with a simple battery pul, and on top of that we loose the option to go extended.
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For the LTEvo, the "equivalent" of a battery pull is to hold the power button for greater than 10 seconds (there is actually a popup to indicate when its done).
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The ltevo is absolutely a true successor
How can you say the ltevo is a true successor when 4G isn't even available. Obviously, hardware is better but I'm still having serious issues with any phone on lte with the sh*** service (at least in Columbus, OH). My upgrade is in a month and I'm not sure I'm leaving just yet
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Old August 31st, 2012, 09:00 AM   #141 (permalink)
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