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Initial HTC EVO 4G Reviews Touts It As

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    We weren’t expecting HTC EVO 4G reviews to be out so soon, but alas, they are beginning to pour in through the floodgates. Engadget, MSNBC, and the Wall Street Journal have already put the phone through its necessary paces and they have had nothing but good things to say about it. Starting with Engadget, they [...]

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    I have my doubts on this. 4G has less coverage than T-Mobile's 3G (which is theoretically nearly as fast as 4G), megapixels have been proven to not make a camera's quality, and the hardware while having a large level of ROM and a front facing camera, is not really any better than the Nexus One, Incredible, or Galaxy S. The large screen is nice, but I think a screen that's too big will make it difficult to fit nicely into my pants pockets. Plus, at the rate we are going, this phone will be just another face in the crowd in about 6 months.
     
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    Bummer... I just went from excited for this phone to bummed.... Drhyde sure knows how to kill a dream....

    *walks away in solace*
     
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    Well, if you're going from a Hero to an Evo 4G there's still reason to be excited. A Nexus One to an Evo 4G, not so much.
     

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