HTC Evo 4G LTE Review!

The latest flagship for Sprint HTC Evo 4G LTE is a slightly-modified brother of HTC One X Android smartphone. It’s actually the better version of all HTC One X as it comes with a micro-SD card slot, dedicated camera button, bigger 2000mAh battery, and even comes with a aluminum-anodized kickstand that works in two different angles.

So, is this phone worth getting it?

I think so, this is definitely the best phone on Sprint right now and you will get the best features “right now” by getting this phone. Of course, Galaxy S3 is launching on Sprint and it’s going to be another great choice.

One thing Evo 4G LTE lacks is the ability to use extra batteries but with 2000mAh battery you should be able to get nearly 2 days easily on custom ROMs. But if you really need to swap out batteries, you can get the Galaxy S3.

Both phones comes with latest Qualcomm S4 1.5Ghz dual-core processor and nearly identical in size.

It all boils down to personal preference but Evo 4G LTE is definitely one of the best smartphones on the market right now.

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– Great design/form factor
– 4G LTE capable
– thin and light – Don’t feel like an iBrick
– Great screen 720P HD!
– iPhone 2X KILLER (twice thinner, twice faster, twice more features)
– HUGE Battery 2000mAh – long battery life near 2+ days on custom ROMs
– Dedicated camera button
– External microSD support
– Kickstand
– Best of all HTC One X series in terms of hardware and design
– Lots of custom ROMs coming, good hacker phone
– Google Wallet/NFC

– 4G LTE not yet available until end of the year

Approved by FlossyCarter, see his thoughts on Evo 4G LTE.
Also see review by WWJoshDew.

Want to root your HTC Evo 4G LTE? FULL step-by-step instructions here.

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