Android Central 92: The HTC One X and One S, Sense 4, the Sprint EVO 4G LTE, and Instragram on Android | Android Central

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We review the HTC One S and One X, get our hands on the Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE, plus take a look at Instragram for Android (and all the hate that follows). You're not going to want to miss this one.

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Android Central 92: The HTC One X and One S, Sense 4, the Sprint EVO 4G LTE, and Instragram on Android


Battery life is key. No matter how good the screen resolution, how fancy the UI, how powerful the processor, if the phone dies by 3pm or I have to constantly worry about charging the phone when it falls 30% or below, the phone is useless to me.

And aftermarket extended battery that bloats your phone like it's pregnant is also useless. There's a reason why DROID Maxx is doing so well and I just can't understand why other makers do not follow this trend.

That's the truth. Battery life is the only thing I hate about my galaxy nexus. Since I need a otter box case(prone to breaking screens working in a salvage auto auction) a big extended battery is a no go. I charge this thing 3-4 times a day. A non removable battery is a huge no to me, unless its the size of the Maxx. Also I'm on this phone a lot. Get about 3 hrs screen time. Have lots of downtime at work.

Got a boring job. And lte is always on(live, work and travel in lte), sync off, auto brightness.

Just hoping Samsung releases some GS3 info before Evo4gLTE hits stores so I can decide if I want to wait. GS3 may be just be a beast of a phone (and look cleaner) and if Samsung confirms that, it might be worth waiting for.

If Samsung was smart they would do that. All those EVO owners contracts are coming due and my guess is the type of people who bought an EVO back in the day are the type of people who are going to want to move into another high end phone as soon as they can. If there is no info about the SG3 then the choice is pretty clear on Sprint which phone is the best as of right now.