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HTC EVO 4G LTE News-Videos/Pics [Official Thread]

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2nd April 2012, 01:18 AM   |  #81  
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Which is made by HTC. Where's our sources and leaks?

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The OP asked to get this thread on topic, so how about everyone do just that.

I don't care who thinks Samsung or htc is better. They both have their advantages and disadvantages. This isn't the thread to discuss those.
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So uh, how about that imagesense incorporated camera? I'm curious to see how Apple responds (indirectly) with their new camera for the iPhone 5.

sgt, you can take it from here. lol.
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So uh, how about that imagesense incorporated camera? I'm curious to see how Apple responds (indirectly) with their new camera for the iPhone 5.

sgt, you can take it from here. lol.

Haha well now that you bring it up.....

Imagesense is supposed to be "da bomb." Lol

The one thing I would like to know is if HTC has fully incorporated Qualcomms code for the S4 chip itself as it offers some amazing image stabilization compared to the past...

http://www.youtube.com/embed/71Ygmxid4EY

To me that there is amazing and is done with the S4 itself not a dedicated imagechip like HTC has now...interested to see how the two compare really...
Might take some work from Chad to get working if its not implemented already...


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Ooh, I really like the image stabilization. Looks pretty good. I used to own a DSLR and was a amateur photographer enthusiast for a while. I'm just surprised at how the lines between a digital camera (Point & shoot) and a smartphone camera is blurring. In about 2-5 years, point and shoots will probably be extinct at this point.

As for matching DSLRs, I honestly don't think that is going to happen anytime soon.
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The one thing that I've grown to really like over the past year that has NOT been mentioned yet by anyone is the dedicated Shutter button...ill truly miss losing that feature if its not on the EVO One...just makes focusing so easy and all...

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Ooh, I really like the image stabilization. Looks pretty good. I used to own a DSLR and was a amateur photographer enthusiast for a while. I'm just surprised at how the lines between a digital camera (Point & shoot) and a smartphone camera is blurring. In about 2-5 years, point and shoots will probably be extinct at this point.

As for matching DSLRs, I honestly don't think that is going to happen anytime soon.

My point n shoot camera was retired with my evo4g purchase...just no need for them really as u always have the phone and likely the phones pic won't be that bad...

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Out of pure speculation. Lets say HTC gives the EVO 3D users Sense 4.0 On 4.0.4. (I know ferry tales).

Is the new HTC EVO enough to make you jump to that device or any device for that matter?
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Out of pure speculation. Lets say HTC gives the EVO 3D users Sense 4.0 On 4.0.4. (I know ferry tales).

Is the new HTC EVO enough to make you jump to that device or any device for that matter?

See the second post...to me it is esp if expandable storage is there...

My big ? Will be the LTE bands it supports...guessing it'll only be the regular 1900MHz but if it has 2.5GHz and/or 800MHz then its a no brainer update for me...Clearwire having 2.5LTE rolled out to a handful of markets by next year and Sprint having their 800MHz LTE makes things interesting when you toss in the whole no more premier yearly upgrades...

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Couple of good articles on the speed speculation of LTE. Also some rumored test of Sprint's LTE "just rumors"


http://www.telecoms.com/11695/wimax-...ares-who-wins/


http://www.androidpolice.com/2012/01...least-for-now/



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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o6PF4...4aFUAAAAAAABAA

A 1080p sample from the One X. Hmm, I'm rather disappointed in the quality, I watched it at 1080p to make sure and the colors seem to be muddy overall.

And then I found some more videos which seem to be much, much, better. I don't know what was going on with the video above.
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