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Anyone wish the screen res was just a bit more?


  1. durangojim

    durangojim Well-Known Member

    The EVO looks like a sweet phone, and if they ever bring it to Verizon with some LTE love, I'll probably buy one, but does anyone wish that they increased the resolution of the screen just a little to take advantage of that big 4.3" display? Maybe the next gen will. All in all, it looks like a great device, but I don't think it's going to save Sprint from still loosing customers.

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  2. Oridus

    Oridus Well-Known Member

    Sprint's fine.
  3. ekt8750

    ekt8750 Well-Known Member

    Well go back and have fun with your Incredible and leave us alone.:rolleyes:
  4. drksilenc

    drksilenc Well-Known Member

    ... i really wish everyone would quit drinking the lte coolaid... its no better than wimax because each has there own strong points.
  5. NiCK Crush

    NiCK Crush Well-Known Member

    This phone's specs are amazing, stop searching for a reason to hate. That display looks gorgeous.
  6. thlayli

    thlayli Active Member

    The resolution is actually a big selling point for me. I don't have great vision (and am not getting any younger) and most devices are waaaaay too high resolution now.

    Monitor (Samsung 2343BW) = 2048x1152 @ 23" = 102.16 PPI
    Laptop (Sony VAIO) = 1600x900 @ 13.1" = 140.13 PPI
    HTC Evo 4G = 480x800 @ 4.3" = 216.97 PPI
    HTC Droid = 854x480 @ 3.7" = 264.77 PPI

    Now I look at my laptop a bit closer than my monitor, and my phone even closer, but 265 DPI means pixels are less than a tenth of a millimeter apart on the Droid.

    I'm very happy to be getting a phone with lower DPI. More pixels don't really help if you can't see them clearly.
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