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'LTE connectivity, runs on Android 4.0'
'High-res display for this price, Fast performance'
'Really awesome Android phone!'
'Brightness is good but washes out severely under the sun'
'Cricket's Groove runs on the dated Android 2.3'
'Attractive build quality'
'First free mobile broadcast TV phone.'
'Live local TV on the go'
'Phone runs on a slow processor'
'Big and heavy, Poor battery life'
'Feels like a brick, Very outdated software'
'Within 2 days having problems!!!'
'Decent camera with a dedicated camera shutter button'
'Low-end specs, Buggy, Mediocre call quality'
'Good call quality, Great multimedia support'
'GREAT phone, especially for the price'
'Incredible Internet speeds.'
'Out of the box, we get a whopping 32GB MicroSD card and 8GB of internal storage, bringing the total to 40GB from the starting line! '
'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. '
'It also has pinch and zoom multitouch.'
'Slower and lower-resolution than Motorola Droid.'
'On the front of the phone, its 3.2-inch, 480 x 320 resolution display is less impressive than the Droid’s 3.7-inch 854 x 480 resolution display. '
'This is the best smartphone interface design on the market, without exception.
'Eye-catching Android 2.3 device'
'Comfortable to hold and use'
'Good budget smartphone'
'Camera performs well outdoors'
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