The HTC Evo 4G LTE is a phone that many people are excited about. The phone is great for many users, but there are a few areas where it seems to slow down and chug. While most people will like this phone, there are some users that will find the battery life or the performance a little daunting. Read on to see just how good this phone is.
The Evo has a very clear and powerful design. It is less than 9 millimeters thick, and it just weighs 4.7 ounces. The screen is a huge 4.7 inches, but it doesn’t feel unwieldy or difficult to hold. The dimensions are just right for the hand. The back has a shiny black top, a matte gray bottom and a red stripe separating the two. The red stripe is interesting because it also functions as a kickstand. The kickstand is a little difficult to use for some users, especially if you have short fingernails, but it is dependable and looks amazing. When it comes to the aesthetics, the Evo 4G LTE doesn’t disappoint. It looks great and the huge screen is a plus for most users.
The LG Viper 4G LTE is the latest phone Sprint has created in an effort to market 4G LTE smartphones. With fast connection speeds and an eco-friendly design, this phone has come out right in time for earth day. At only $99.99 with a contract, it is one of the cheaper smartphones on the market today.
The casing of the LG Viper 4G LTE is made out 50 percent recycled materials and comes with a metallic finish. This barebones design features four sets of interactive Android buttons and a front-facing VGA camera. The sides of the model are outfitted with a power button, volume control, microUSB port and headset jack. The 4-inch NOVE displays on the LG Viper are decent enough and have 700 nit brightness. Even when the phone is outdoors, the display is extremely readable and produces very natural colors. The biggest issue with the display is the inconvenient layout of the navigation keys. Place extremely close together, they also have the disconcerting habit of always being in the wrong place at the wrong time.