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Currently I have an E4GT, and my BT works great. I can connect my S9-HDs, PS3 controller, wii-mote without a hitch.

This wasn't the case with my OGEvo, the audio would cut in and out, and I couldn't connect any controllers without being on CM.

Is there any info about the BT stack on the 4G LTE? I'm asking here because I assume that it's different that in the OneX, if I'm incorrect let me know and I'll ask over there.
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It looks like it has many more profiles then og 4G. I saw some has a wiimote paired with one x (although it is laggy)


http://www.phonescoop.com/phones/phone.php?p=3742

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I think they'll probably have the same stack. WiiMotes work fine with my One X, I didn't have trouble with latency. My Phonejoy also works fine. PS3 controllers work with Root via Sixaxis app, although I'm presently locked to stock while reviewing the handset for Telecom NZ, so haven't personally confirmed that.

Bluetooth audio should be much better, since BT 4.0 has much higher bandwidth for audio streaming (although the receiving device may end up being the bottle neck). If you have a receiving device that is also Apt-X capable then the audio will be excellent, basically the same as wired up to around 370kbps (the Samsung HS3000 is cheap, versatile, and has Apt-X).

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I think they'll probably have the same stack. WiiMotes work fine with my One X, I didn't have trouble with latency. My Phonejoy also works fine. PS3 controllers work with Root via Sixaxis app, although I'm presently locked to stock while reviewing the handset for Telecom NZ, so haven't personally confirmed that.

Bluetooth audio should be much better, since BT 4.0 has much higher bandwidth for audio streaming (although the receiving device may end up being the bottle neck). If you have a receiving device that is also Apt-X capable then the audio will be excellent, basically the same as wired up to around 370kbps (the Samsung HS3000 is cheap, versatile, and has Apt-X).

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I just read on another thread that our EVO does not have BT 4.0. Does the One X have it though?
 
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I just read on another thread that our EVO does not have BT 4.0. Does the One X have it though?
Really? I'd be surprised if it didn't, since all the other One series phones do (maybe not the One V, but the others at any rate).

Yes, the international One X has BT 4.0
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I just read on another thread that our EVO does not have BT 4.0. Does the One X have it though?
Link to this please?


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Link to this please?


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I saw it on HTC's website. Check it out.
 
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Link to this please?


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http://www.htc.com/us/compare/
Just add E4GLTE and any other phone then select connectivity towards the bottom of the page. It says Bluetooth 3.0+
 
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This was my post from the BT 4.0 thread.



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http://www.htc.com/us/compare/
Just add E4GLTE and any other phone then select connectivity towards the bottom of the page. It says Bluetooth 3.0+
This is what the build.prop from the latest Jewel leak says:
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# system property for Bluetooth Hardware information
ro.product.bluetooth=4.0
That suggests BT 4.0 to me.
Device 1: HTC One (M8)/831C | Hardware Version: 0005

Baseband: 1.08.20.0612_4 | PRI: 2.62_003 | PRL: 53135
Recovery: TWRP 2.8.0.0

Device 2: HTC Jewel/PJ75100 (EVO 4G LTE) | Hardware Version: 0003

Baseband: 1.13.11.1105 | PRI: 3.02_003 | PRL: 56018
Recovery: TWRP 2.8.0.0

Device 3: HTC Shooter/PG86100 (EVO 3D) | Hardware Version: 0002
Baseband: 1.09.00.0108 | PRI: 1.55_003 | PRL: 22100
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 4: HTC Supersonic/PC36100 (EVO 4G) | Hardware Version: 0004
Baseband: 2.15.00.01.15 | PRI: 2.33_003 | PRL: 40460
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