When Sprint’s LTE network is finally turned on, I am sure this will continue to be a really great phone. As it stands right now, the lack of any kind of 4G is the only thing holding this phone back from being one of the best devices out there. Compared to AT&T’s or Verizon’s LTE, the Sprint 4G service is mildly akin to dial-up in my area. It made the phone fairly difficult to use any time I traveled outside with it.
The biggest question I have about the EVO 4G LTE phone can’t be answered until the LTE network goes live, and that’s how the battery life on the phone is with LTE on, specifically how it compares to the rest of the LTE devices out there. Aside from the battery life question, the HTC EVO 4G LTE is by far the best phone on Sprint today.
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