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    HTC EVO 3D vs Thunderbolt

    If contracts were a non issue, which one would you choose?

    HTC EVO 3D:
    1080p Video
    Android 2.3
    4.3" 540 x 960 Screen
    1.2 Ghz Dualcore processor
    1Gb Ram
    Two 5MP Cameras on back + One FF Camera

    Thunderbolt
    720p Video
    Android 2.2
    4.3" 480x 800 Screen
    1 Ghz Singlecore processor
    768Mb Ram
    8MP Camera + FF camera

    Just wanted an opinion from u HTC'ers and Sense(ers?) Out there...

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    Last edited by jeremycnly; 04-12-2011 at 06:03 AM.
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    To my understanding you can't take hd pictures or video unless your camera is 8mp so the hd on EVO must be for streaming only. I'll take thunderbolt. Plus Verizon 4g is faster.

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    Ya I didn't mention that the EVO 3D uses two 5MP cameras on the back for of course 3d but also produce 1080p I don't know how that wizardry works though... edited

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    Sprints 4g cant penetrate buildings, and our's can. Thunderbolt FTW.

    This is my thunderbolt talking...
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    thunderbolt baby
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    Quote Originally Posted by camaroguy41208 View Post
    Sprints 4g cant penetrate buildings, and our's can. Thunderbolt FTW.

    This is my thunderbolt talking...
    Interesting point you make there...
    I have a problem in my building with Verizon. ATT has great reception in the middle of the building, but VZW drops to zero.

    I called VZW one day, and they said CDMA signals have a hard time penetrating buildings, compared to GSM. She also tried to justify it by saying something about CDMA being more secure, its a tradeoff, etc. etc.

    So is a 4G signal better at penetrating walls than a 3G signal?
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    if both phones were available on the same carrier that would have made a tough decision. but since one is on the best carrier in the country and the other is on one of the worst, it's not a contest really.
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    Ill take the Thunderbolts hardware and network with the EVO3D's software lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeene View Post
    if both phones were available on the same carrier that would have made a tough decision. but since one is on the best carrier in the country and the other is on one of the worst, it's not a contest really.
    Yeah, I was about to say!

    The EVO looks like a good device, but its on Sprint. Sprint 4G speeds are not noticeably faster than Verizon's 3G speeds, so I just can't see a reason for doing that.

    The specs are nice, but the network just kills it. Kind of like the Atrix on AT&T.

    Wonder how much AT&T and Sprint are paying Moto and HTC to have exclusivity to their top end devices?
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    Tough decision. Verizon's network is superior, but I'd probably take the Evo 3D over the Thunderbolt if it was on Verizon. I had Sprint, I didn't like it one bit.

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