Reader discusses intangibles like screen size when moving from iPhone to Sprint's EVO.
I would like to add a couple of points [on the iPhone vs. Flagship Androids post].
I have the Apple 3GS and the EVO 4G. I have found the battery on the Evo to be as good or better! For example I last charged the Evo 18 hours ago and still have 60%. I used it for moderate usage, MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 8, 2010 12:09 PM ET
The nation's first 4G phone is now available via the Sprint store and its affiliates.
People probably didn't camp out overnight for them (they could have bought them from Googlers I/O attendees on eBay/Craigslist if they were desperate), but the Sprint EVO 4G from HTC is a pretty hot phone, if you can get over the battery issues.
It is now offically on sale all over, obviously including the Sprint Store with MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 4, 2010 6:54 AM ET
It isn't Apple's 1984 commercial, but it does usher in the era of 4G phones.
As a Monday Morning Commercial Art Director, I think you spend every single second of ad time focused on that amazing display and try to reassure potential customers that you are working on the battery issues.Seth Weintraub - Jun 3, 2010 12:01 AM ET
>Mason Cohn, Producer - Mar 26, 2010 12:16 PM ET
What would it take to make Verizon's (VZ) cellphone network compatible with Apple's (AAPL) iPhone?
About $1.78 billion, according to a report issued Wednesday by Aircom International, a U.K.-based network consulting group.
And that's just for the first year.
The report estimates the capital expenditures required to deploy so-called 4G networks -- also known as LTE, for Long Term Evolution -- in various regions of the world. Their findings:Philip Elmer-DeWitt - Sep 30, 2009 9:57 AM ET
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