Originally Posted by jokester902
that's really weird i would expect it to be ready now, since it has been avilable on every other 2.1 phone. Maybe it was too buggy by the time they needed it for the conference. How is it so far any other complaints?
The volume rocker on the side is too stiff and hard to press. The Home and Back "buttons" are switched from the Droid. Makes less sense how they're located on the Evo. I'm still frustrated sometimes after playing with it nonstop for the whole day.
Can't change the number of home screens from 7.
Comes with ALOT of Sprint crApps.
The homescreen of my Droid with LauncherPro is much smoother than the Evo with or without LauncherPro instead of HTC Sense.
The vibrator is much weaker than the Droid's.
The large screen size makes holding the Evo for an extended period of time hurt. Right handed thumbs don't quite reach the left side of the screen comfortably. If you lie down and hold the Evo over your face, you have to grip it more tightly and uncomfortable than the narrower Droid.
Droid looks more "hi-def" because it has higher pixel density.
Camera takes pictures so much faster.
Evo's Sprint 3G tests faster than Droid's Verizon 3G. Though it seems to have higher latency.
SO MUCH MORE MEMORY (ram?) than the Droid. The Droid sometimes struggles to keep more than 50mb available at any time, while the Evo sometimes has over 200mb free.
The large screen size is just beautiful. Much brighter than Droid at max brightness. Much much darker than Droid at min brightness.
Love the HTC keyboard. I've been using and loving Swype on the Droid for almost a month, but now I may have to switch to the HTC keyboard for it's accuracy, prediction, and ease of use.