'Free under contract, has long-lasting battery life'
'Employs some of the new LG Optimus UI enhancements'
'Amazing battery life, Solid build quality'
'Sluggish benchmark performance, Lackluster camera'
'Its decent camera includes plenty of features'
'Fast, fluid performance'
'Solid performance, Comfortable keyboard'
'Can record high-definition 1080p video'
'Dual-core S4 processor delivers speedy performance'
'S Beam S Voice included'
'Great for people sick of the gigantic smartphone era'
'Future-proofed with 4G LTE'
'Call quality is good'
'Touchscreen form factor finally done right'
'Mediocre voice quality'
'new virtual keyboard design'
'good Wi-Fi connection'
'Ships with Android 2.3.'
'fast, stable and attractive phone'
'It's right on the cusp of being too big, but HTC was able to keep the Evo relatively thin, making it more manageable.
'Terrific 4.3-inch screen'
'Still, the Evo 4G's screen was plenty bright and crisp.'
'Even with all of the new phones that hit the market after the HTC EVO 4G, this phone still has one of the best designs, if not the best. '
'Durable design with a responsive QWERTY keyboard'
'Well built with an excellent physical keyboard'
'Great call quality'
'A full QWERTY keyboard'
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