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Just in case anyone hadn't heard yet but the EVO 3D and EVO Design are getting their updates. Looks like the EVO 4G and EVO shift will have to root to get ICS.

 

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DROID Incredible 2 by HTC

■HTC Amaze 4G

■HTC Desire S

■HTC Desire HD

■HTC EVO 3D

■HTC EVO Design 4G

■HTC Incredible S

■HTC Sensation

■HTC Sensation XL

■HTC Sensation 4G

■HTC Sensation XE

■HTC Raider

■HTC Rezound

■HTC Rhyme

■HTC Thunderbolt

■HTC Vivid

 

http://blog.htc.com/2012/03/ics/

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Ouch, full retail? What was that? $650?

$550 plus tax.... I may just wait until the second wave of sprint lte devices to see how they perform and by that time sprints lte should be here in Jacksonville, Florida. I haven't seen anything recently that had caught my eye. Also, I'm pretty sure I'll like my phone more once its updated to ICS.
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Soon, all of our WiMax devices are going to be outdated. Very soon!

 

Robert

 

Usually I don't like the thought of "out dated" and "my phone" being used in the same sentence.... But, this is one instance I welcome it! :)

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As much as I love my Evo and am still happy with it. It just isn't able to overcome its low memory design flaw.

 

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Thats why custom roms are almost a must for that device. Im on the MikG3.0 rom on my EVO and eliminated that problem. Battery life was a crutch for the phone too.

 

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Thats why custom roms are almost a must for that device. Im on the MikG3.0 rom on my EVO and eliminated that problem. Battery life was a crutch for the phone too.

 

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I have MikShifted G 2.1 on my Evo Shift and battery life is still a crutch for me. Now I have an extended battery on my phone hoping that will alleviate the problem for a while.

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I have MikShifted G 2.1 on my Evo Shift and battery life is still a crutch for me. Now I have an extended battery on my phone hoping that will alleviate the problem for a while.

 

I switched to anker batteries on my EVO and I get a full day solid now with a couple of apps helping out as well. I have a thread on here talking it.

 

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MikG3 was a awesome ROM. After moving to the Photon I really missed his stuff.

 

As for Anker batteries, they have been the best batteries other than the OEM one for the Photon 4G. The company makes a battery charger that is universal and allows a phone to be charged via the usb port as well. I love it and reviewed it here.

 

TS

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MikG3 was a awesome ROM. After moving to the Photon I really missed his stuff.

 

As for Anker batteries, they have been the best batteries other than the OEM one for the Photon 4G. The company makes a battery charger that is universal and allows a phone to be charged via the usb port as well. I love it and reviewed it here.

 

TS

 

Yeah the charger is amazing. I got two batteries and the charger for $17 shipped.

 

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I've heard good things about Anker, especially not being as expensive as Seidio and Mugen. Will have to try the charger and battery with my next phone.

 

Unless it's a OneX / EVO ONE with a non-removable battery :lol:

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I'm good with a non-removable battery. I have only removed my own a handful of times.

 

I like to swap mine while away from power sources. Just when I was thinking this was an awesome phone.

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