Did you buy Evo 4G before iPhone 4G release date?

As you know the HTC EVO 4G was released on Friday and those on Sprint were queuing up outside to get their hands on the latest Android handset. However, there are those who may hold off until they know what Steve Jobs will announce during his WWDC 2010 keynote.

Many expect an announcement on the iPhone 4G, which we now believe will be called the iPhone HD. There are two reasons why people may hold off on purchasing the new 2010 version of the iPhone — the idea of having the most popular smartphone in the world and the fact that it could become available on the Sprint carrier, which many consider to be the best in the U.S.

We wonder how the two will compare, we know that the EVO has a more than capable processor, but this could seem slow compared to the A4 processor expected to be fitted in the iPhone 4G / HD, which has come straight out of the Apple iPad. This processor is kinder to the battery and with rumors of the CPU being declocked — battery life should be even longer.

Choosing from the two will be very hard, but all we know is — it is a bad time for any new cell phone to be launched within the next few weeks.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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