HTC has tried the 4.3-inch format before with the HTC HD2, but that phone loses points for running the soon-to-be outdated Windows Mobile 6.5. Sprints promise of downloading, watching and editing high definition content on the Sprint EVO 4G makes the large screen even more enticing.
yea, it kinda sucks that the phone won't be compatible either to upgrade to the new windows 7 mobile OS.
it took them too long to release this phone. before it was even available, it was already becoming obsolete.
the new sprint phone might be newer, but the network isn't necessarily better, especially with tmobiles new rollout of 21mpbs wireless speeds.
Come on guys, do you really think XDA won't have a WP7 ROM out 3 days after it gets released?
1. 4G for Sprint is worthless for about 95% of Sprint customers. Over time it will have a bigger footprint but right now almost everyone is stuck with 3G.
2. EVO is Android. Not the same platform. Some of us don't want Android.
3. This is still a killer phone for T-Mobile. You'll be able to run Android on it, WinMo 6.5 and by Christmas, Windows 7 (thanks to the geniuses over at XDA).
I don't understand why people still using window mobile. I remember window mobile and Palm pilot were so popular back in year 2000. Do you guys still use stylus to poke the screen. I can hardly hit the X because I have big fingers.
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