HTC EVO 4G Reviews
"I opened with the conclusion so there isnâ€™t much left unsaid. The HTC EVO 4G is an Incredible phone with a little extra â€“ pun intended. Take the best Android Phone on the market, add a little more, and youâ€™ve got the EVO 4G."
"The HTC Evo 4G is easily Sprint's best smartphone and one of today's top Android devices. It also shows the promise of 4G, which will grow as Sprint's WiMax network expands, but until there's broader 4G coverage, it's hard to agree with the mandatory premium data add-on fee."
"this is truly one of the best smartphones ever made, and even spotty 4G â€” a reality of a young technology thatâ€™s going to take years to properly build out â€” probably wonâ€™t do much to hamper your enjoyment of this thing. Itâ€™s reasonable to assume that phones like the EVO will ultimately come to every carrier over the next few monthsâ€¦ but hey, if you jumped ship for Sprint to pick up this monster, we wouldnâ€™t be able blame you" Looks like Engadget like the Evo!
"The Jolly Green Giant of smartphones has been reviewed, and we'd say that the HTC EVO 4G is one of the best models out there, even after spending quality time with its many competitors. No other phone provided such a power-packed arsenal of tricks in such a fast, sleek body. The EVO 4G excelled in the speed department, gave us plenty of applications and widgets, offered optimal Internet browsing, and proved itself a multimedia powerhouse."
"The Sprint EVO 4G is an impressive device, though it isn't perfect. Voice quality reports are rather mixed, and the phone is somewhat larger than other devices. On the other hand, it's larger for a reason, and the 4.3-inch display is simply stunning."
"So, that a lot of words about what, as an iPhone user, I like and donâ€™t like about the EVO 4G. Would I give up my iPhone for this? Not a chance. Hell, I wouldnâ€™t give up a Nexus One or Droid Incredible for this, even with 4G. The battery life is simply too poor, and the whole device is too large."
"The calculus for deciding if you want this phone is relatively simple: If you want the biggest, brawniest, most ridiculously muscular phone you can buy, it's the Evo. Just don't forget to top off the power before going into work."
Wall Street Journal
"If you are hungry for more cellular data speed, and live in a current 4G Sprint city, the EVO may be just what you need, as long as you're prepared for short battery life."
"The HTC Evo 4G is undoubtedly Sprintâ€™s best smart phone to date, delivering nearly all the specs power users could possibly hope for in a well-crafted design. Though it may simply be too large for some, in many ways the Evo 4G is also the best Android phone yet, beating out the Droid Incredible because of its 720p video recording and 4G capability."
"The HTC Evo has flaws. I'm rating it a 4 stars rather than a 4.5 because of its harsh voice quality and especially because 4G doesn't cover many cities yet. I'm also not in love with its touch keyboard. But it's so far ahead of other Sprint phones in so many ways, it's in a class that only contains the HTC Incredible, Google Nexus One, iPhone 3GS, and itself."