This is a very classy, metallic, and 1.5GHz dual-core processor smartphone, with an 8MP camera, 4G LTE data speeds, an HD 4.7-inch Super LCD display, with built-in kickstand (!!!) with Beats Audio integration merged with Android 4.0 and the Sense 4.1 UI — all while being 8.9mm thin. That’s all great and all, but the fact of the matter is that I’ve reviewed the same phone twice — the One X got reviewed, as well as the One S — so I haven’t much to say, software-wise. Sprint has made minimal integration of carrier apps in the software, and it remains rather uncluttered. The design is sublime, with a rich display is that only matched by Apple’s iPhone 5, HTC’s own One X, and the Galaxy S III from Samsung.
In this unusual event then, I’ll beckon you to head onward, read the review notes, and figure out if the newest EVO has the chops to rock the brand name..