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Any Sprint rumors of new touch-screen HTC phones?

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by Vesbon, Jul 2, 2010.

  1. Vesbon

    Vesbon Well-Known Member
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    I'm probably not alone in my Sprint Android phone dilemma. I'm trying to decide which all-touch-screen Sprint Android phone to get. EVO is too big and battery life stinks. The Hero is getting old and, frankly, I find it's user interface too slow and laggy. Also, I'm hearing lots of complaints from Hero owner's who upgraded to the new OS.

    To me, the perfect phone, by far, is the Droid Incredible. However, VZW doesn't work in my house and I'm locked into a Sprint contract.

    How long would I reasonably have to wait for Sprint to release a new, touch-screen (no physical keyboard) Android phone? The rumor mill is dead silent on this one.

    Maybe I should just get a Hero, they are cheap now, and upgrade in 6-9 months when a better Android phone comes to Sprint.

    I really wish the Incredible would have come to Sprint, not Verizon.

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  2. Technocrat

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    I don't think there has been any rumors for an HTC phone and since the Evo is so new I don't know if there will be one for awhile. There is the Samsung Sprint Epic 4G coming soon.

    I do have to point out that the Incredible is only slightly smaller than the Evo. It's 0.17x0.3x0.03 difference. Really that's nothing. As for the battery, it's not great. But for me at least the update made it much better. It's much more usable now imho. However the Driod and the Evo have the same battery. Not to say one will last longer than another, but really all things being equal they are the same in that regards.
     
  3. Vesbon

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    Thanks for the tips. I may just go EVO.

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