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  1. #1
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    HTC Evo 3D



    Help me pick out a new android phone

    Well, here's my current upgrade options:
    -Samsung Galaxy S II for $199.99
    -HTC Evo 3D for $99.99
    -Motorola Photon 4G for $99.99

    I'm leaning for the Evo 3D currently because it's only $100, and the hardware is on-par with the SGS2. I know the 3D is gimmicky, but I probably wouldn't be using it most of the time. I haven't used the Photon hands-on enough to know if it's worth the purchase.

    While the SGS2 would be nice, being twice as expensive is kinda keeping me away.

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    I say the EVO.. Are you flashing to Cricket?

    Assuming you are, these are my reasons:

    1. HTC phones are usually easily flashed to Cricket and work near perfect on our network
    2. The Price
    3. Anything beats the Samsung Moment.

  4. #3
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    It will be flashed to Cricket at some point, but this is for my Sprint (personal) line. I would use Cricket for my personal line, but I need the coverage and roaming when I travel.

 

 

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