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So you're telling me.. this site already knew? lol wow

 

We know...everything.... [mwahahahahhaa]

 

-- But yes.. we typically know these things far before they are reported by the media / other places.

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They even mentioned the EVO LTE!

Oh man! This means they still remember they have an EVO LTE!

 

The press release writer must have gotten in a good soak in the hot tub time machine over the holiday weekend.

 

;)

 

AJ

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The press release writer must have gotten in a good soak in the hot tub time machine over the holiday weekend.

 

;)

 

AJ

 

Yep haven't seen anything mention that phone in a while. Actually cool to see.

 

Sent from a little old Note 2

 

 

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Currently I just wonder if they will do a refresh on the EVO like they are doing with the One X+... just a thought, although I still love my EVO LTE, so until they add 800/2500MHz LTE support, I will not be looking for any new handset.

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Currently I just wonder if they will do a refresh on the EVO like they are doing with the One X+... just a thought, although I still love my EVO LTE, so until they add 800/2500MHz LTE support, I will not be looking for any new handset.

 

I still love my EVO also. I believe the next EVO will be a DNA type device with the lastest hardware and sprint compatible bands.

 

Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2

 

 

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