Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 7th Jun 2010 14:38 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless While the spotlights are usually all over Apple's iPhone, there's another phone company out there which is busy winning the hearts and minds of many: HTC. Founded only 13 years ago, the company has become the primary supplier of top-notch Android phones. Last Friday, Sprint launched the HTC EVO 4G to raving reviews and considerable consumer interest.
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Nice evolution of a product
by wocowboy on Tue 8th Jun 2010 10:08 UTC
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The new iPhone display should be amazing to look at. Shooting HD video, then using iMovie to edit/transition/title, etc ON the phone sounds OK. The demos that failed were because there were over 500 users in the room either streaming updates to the outside world and using up the available master wifi capability in the room. They politely asked everyone to turn off those MyFi's, etc, but the bloggers and reporters, in their usual vast wisdom refused to do so, just so they could make fun of the results later, one must presume.

This new iteration of the iPhone provides some new features and the hardware rev sounds decent enough. The iPhone is a better overall experience than my Android Nexus One. The Froyo update brought it closer but it is still not quite there. The EVO with it's 4-5 hour battery life is a non-starter compared to this new iPhone.

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