Right, except you're forgetting one thing... SPRINT DOESN'T HAVE A NATIONAL LTE NETWORK!
Give me WiMAX and when your LTE network is up, then I'll buy a LTE phone. In the meantime, I shouldn't have to give up 4G when upgrading from my EVO 3D just because Sprint is taking forever getting LTE up.
Compare it to the curves of the other two. No comparison. The squared off top of the screen looks like the screen was dropped in there as an afterthought, not carefully integrated into the design as a whole. And what happened to the speaker grill? That also looks like an afterthought, unlike the other two.
I am right, it's no secret what the international version looks like as it's been released and it's the one shown in all the press shots. The AT&T one is white and the Sprint one is said to be black and red. Also, stinker? What are you talking about? Most, if not all the reviews have said this is one of the most beautifully designed phone ever.
Then what is this?
First two Google hits.
Not to mention HTC themselves.
Oh, I see what you're saying now, the curve in the glass at the top is what you don't like. Wow, talk about being picky. Personally, I like the square glass. Looks much better. I hadn't even noticed that. Thanks for pointing it out because I'm glad they changed that. The speaker grill looks better too. Silver accents are always more stylish. Looks like Sprint is getting the HTC phone to buy yet again. Especially if it has the kickstand, bigger battery, and Micro SD card slot that are rumored. Kudos to Sprint for bringing us the best version of the phone. I'm can't wait until tomorrow.
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