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HTC EVO 4G LTE

alaTest has collected and analyzed 807 reviews of HTC EVO 4G LTE. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. Views about the screen and camera are overall positive. The usability and portability also get good comments. There are some negative views about the connectivity. The GPS navigation and reliability get mixed reviews.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the HTC EVO 4G LTE is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Amazon.com review summary for HTC EVO 4G LTE

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 527 user reviews of HTC EVO 4G LTE from Amazon.com. The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 3.8/5 for other Cell phones on Amazon.com. Views about the durability and screen are overall positive. The price and design are also mentioned favorably. Some have doubts about the GPS navigation and reception.

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78% of the reviews on Amazon.com give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: HTC EVO LTE 4G Android Phone (Sprint)HTC EVO LTE 4G Android Phone (Sprint)

Oct, 2016

Expert review by: Hubert Nguyen (ubergizmo.com)

HTC EVO 4G LTE Review

 

With the introduction of the HTC EVO 4G LTE, Sprint effectively gets its own “HTC One” phone, renamed into one of the successful “EVO” Franchise that made history for Sprint. The EVO 4G LTE does look like its HTC One [...]

While Sprint does not have an official “HTC One” phone, rest assured that the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE can go toe to toe with the HTC One X. If anything, I think that Sprint should not have messed with the original name because it dilutes the message, and...

May, 2012

Expert review by: Nathan Olivarez-Giles (wired.com)

Review: HTC Evo 4G LTE

 

HTC's new Evo is sold as a 4G phone, but Sprint's 4G LTE network isn't currently operational anywhere other than a handful of test markets.

Black aluminum and plastic, with red anodized highlights producing a distinctively menacing looking phone. One of the best displays and cameras found in smartphones. Beastly power and speed. HTC Sense 4 isn’t as good as stock Android, but it’s the best...

It’s called the Evo 4G LTE, but Sprint’s 4G LTE network hasn’t launched yet. The protruding camera is begging to get scuffed and scratched over the life of a 2-year contract. The One X is a better-looking phone

Jul, 2012

Expert review by: GSMArena team (gsmarena.com)

HTC Evo 4G LTE review: Ticking all boxes

 

The Sprint Wireless exclusive HTC Evo 4G LTE is the latest smartphone to come from the close and rather prolific collaboration between the carrier and the Taiwanese manufacturer. The handset is bound to take its spot as the flagship for Sprint's newly...

LTE/CDMA network support ; 4.7" 16M-color Super LCD 2 capacitive touchscreen of HD resolution (720 x 1280 pixels); Gorilla glass ; Superb build quality ; Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich with HTC Sense 4.0 ; 1.5 GHz dual-core Krait CPU, Qualcomm...

Only available in the United States ; Sprint's LTE network is still in early stages of deployment ; Non-user-accessible battery ; The glossy plastic cover on the device's back is a fingerprint magnet

The HTC Evo 4G LTE is undoubtedly the best-spec'd smartphone currently on offer in the United States. The flagship handset offers all the latest smartphone tech in a neat, well-built package. We reckon that even the most demanding Android users will...

May, 2012

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Expert review by: Sascha Segan (pcmag.com)

HTC EVO 4G LTE (Sprint)

 

Sprint's fastest, most powerful and elegant smartphone is now waiting for the carrier's new LTE network.

Slim. Fast. Integrated kickstand. Top-notch camera. Ships with Android 4.0

Without LTE, Internet access is slow. Video camera frame rates drop indoors

The most powerful Sprint cell phone (but just by a nose), the HTC EVO 4G LTE ($199.99) is both fabulous and frustrating. It has a powerful processor, the best camera on Sprint, and a long list of great little convenience features that make it our...

May, 2012

Expert review by: David Pierce (theverge.com)

HTC Evo 4G LTE review

 

The HTC Evo 4G is perhaps Sprint's most important phone ever. When it was released in 2010, it was Sprint's best phone by a long shot, and one of only a few truly great Android devices. Two years...

Fantastic build quality ; Gorgeous display ; Really fast, smooth performance

Sprint's LTE network isn't ready yet ; Mediocre battery life ; Sense is still too intrusive

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May, 2012

Expert review by: Mark Spoonauer (laptopmag.com)

HTC EVO 4G LTE (Sprint)

 

A fantastic display, superfast camera and unlimited data make the Evo 4G LTE a compelling choice, but this Android phone doesn't yet live up to its name.

Click to EnlargeThe HTC Evo 4G LTE is our new favorite Android phone on Sprint. It has a beautiful screen, a sharp and fast camera and longer battery life than the Galaxy Nexus, all wrapped in a head-turning design. HTC's Sense 4.0 software also adds...

May, 2012

Expert review by: Ginny Mies (pcworld.com)

HTC Evo 4G LTE Review: Gorgeous, but No LTE for Now

 

Sprint's original HTC Evo 4G was the carrier's very first 4G WiMAX phone. Two years (and a few other Evos) later, we have the HTC Evo 4G LTE ($200 with a new two-year contract from Sprint; price as of 5/10/12). But despite the name, this smartphone is...

Sleek, durable design with kickstand ; Solid camera with many shooting modes

Camera's shutter button doesn't work in lock mode ; No LTE network yet

May, 2012

Expert review by: Chris Burns (slashgear.com)

HTC EVO 4G LTE Review

 

As HTC ushers in their next generation of smartphones with their hero series of HTC One devices, so too does the impact spread to their other hard-hitting brand lines like what we're seeing here in the HTC EVO 4G LTE . What we've seen of this device...

As mentioned above, this device easily beats the rest of the Android devices on its chosen carrier and certainly trumps what HTC has done in the past with every other EVO. This smartphone is both thin and light, has the same HTC One features for...

May, 2012

Expert review by: Engadget staff (engadget.com)

HTC EVO 4G LTE for Sprint review (updated)

 

More InfoHTC EVO 4G LTE previewHTC One X for AT&T reviewHTC One S for T-Mobile reviewHTC is on a roll in the US, first releasing the

Stellar camera ; Top-notch performance ; Gorgeous 720p HD display

Lacks GSM / HSPA+ world roaming ; LTE network isn't turned on ; Non-removable embedded SIM

The EVO 4G LTE is an excellent option for Sprint users interested in the latest and greatest, but it's marred by the network's frustrating limitations.

May, 2012

Expert review by: Brian Bennett (cnet.com)

HTC Evo 4G LTE(Sprint) review:

 

With its new HTC Evo 4G LTE, Sprint is the latest U.S. carrier to jump on the HTC One X bandwagon. Like its HTC One X cousin on AT&T, the Evo 4G LTE offers a sleek design, a quality camera, and Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

Powerful parts, a lovely screen, stunning design, and an excellent camera help the Evo 4G LTE restoke the fires of the Evo faithful.

Given the 4G LTE in its name, the newest Evo's lack of Sprint LTE at launch is a huge letdown.

The HTC Evo 4G LTE is a worthy successor to Sprint's Evo family, as long as you remember one important caveat: until Sprint gets its LTE network off the ground, the Evo 4G LTE won't actually run 4G -- it will be 3G-only at first.

May, 2012