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  1. k140db

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    Good morning everyone!

    I have had the EVO4g since it first came out and it by far has been my favorite phone. Now, I have had some problems along the way and have had the phone replaced a couple of times. Yesterday I went to the sprint store because I've had issues with the phone locking up on me, red circle of death and numerous factory resets. I told the sales person what issues i was having and he was very quick to replace my phone. When he opened the drawer to retrieve my new phone he had a perplexed look and then he came back with a Nexus s4g. He said they didnt have any more evo's on hand and offered me the nexus s. He said that it would be a slight downgrade in sprints eyes but in his opinion it is an upgrade. So he went over the phone specs and I took the phone.

    After playing with the phone for a few hours I admit its a nice phone but its different then using my evo. I dont like how i cant sync my facebook contacts. Thats where all my contact numbers are stored. I do like the new ICS upgrade so far. In general I like the phone but am missing my EVO. The saleman said I can always return the nexus s when they get more EVO's in and they will do an exchange.

    Now after doing some web surfing today I noticed that the new HTC EVO4g LTE is coming out soon. Now everyone please be honest...what are my chances of going back to the sprint store when the new evo's come in and tell them I want my evo back and them giving me the new EVO4g LTE? I'm guessing near impossible but theres always wishful thinking.

    I did check my sprint account and I noticed I'm eligible for a $150 rebate. Can i put that 150 towards the 199 price of the evo4g LTE incase they wont give me a new EVO to replace my old busted one?

    Any info would be appreciated

    Thanks,
    Kevin
     

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  2. DonB

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    They will not replace with an Evo 4G LTE, but will allow you to upgrade to it, and then once you do that, since your phone is fairly new you could sell it on eBay and get good money for it where your upgrade won't cost you any money and you will most likely put money in your pocket.



     
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    Shoot, I'll take the new EVO4g LTE for 49 bucks. Whats the going price for a new nexus s 4g nowadays?...lol
     
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    Damn, those are still running high even for brand new. Has anyone gotten their hands on an early release of the EVO4g LTE? If so, whats your take on it?
     
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    Nope, but video looks sweet



     
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    It looks awesome but it also looks humongous. Jean designers might have to redesign the size of their pockets if these phones get any larger. :)
     
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    I'm not sure what area you're in, but the cheapest the Nexus S 4G is going for on Craigslist is $100. According to the listing it's in excellent condition..
     

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