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HTC Evo 4g LTE

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by caterham09, May 6, 2012.

  1. caterham09

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    What do you guys think about the new LTEVO. Im about 99% sure im going to preorder it here in a few days but if you guys are concerned about anything i may not
     

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    It looks like it will be an awesome phone. I would closely watch the One X forums to see if they are experiencing any hardware issues as they may translate over to the EVO LTE.
    Also, has Sprint announced when and where they will actively launch their LTE network? Keep in mind, you will be limited to 3G speeds until they do (much like those with Galaxy Nexus).
     
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    Yeah i pretty much knew that i still dont have wimax 4g where i live so not too big a deal for me.

    Funny thing is i live in the capitol of Washington state and none of the 4 carriers have 4g where i live. The closest 4g is 20-30 minutes away
     
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    Not even Verizon LTE? That sucks. We have really strong coverage; and once you experience it, you'll realize what all the fuss is about. Only problem is, I've noticed since last September when I got my Bionic, speeds have slowed down since the network is getting more 4G users.
     

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