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HTC EVO View 4G review: Battery Not too shabby

Whenever a new handsets comes to market we like to see what it has to offer, not what the phone makers want us to believe, but consumers. It is for this reason why we found the HTC EVO View 4G review of the battery of interest, as some of their latest smartphones have not performed that great. However, the Flyer doppelganger’s battery is not too shabby.

This is great news for consumers, as they started to think that in order to have all the latest hardware and a crisp display meant trading in battery performance. The original HTC EVO and even the recently released Thunderbolt are fine examples of that. It seems to us that HTC has a tougher job than the likes of Samsung to get a decent battery life, as the Galaxy S II is said to perform well in this area.

You can understand why some consumers would be put off a little with HTC, so it is a breath of fresh air when Engadget found that the battery in this 4G device was long lasting, the word that they used was “Fantastic.” It is so funny how people get so excited about battery life, but for some it can be the make or break of a smartphone.

In a 12-hour day emails were checked, as well as using both Facebook and Twitter notifications, playing Angry Birds, watching videos and even checking weather updates. After doing all that there was a warning saying that there was only 15 percent battery life left — try doing that on an iPhone. If you are in the market for a smart and sensible phone, then you could do a lot worse that then HTC EVO View 4G. Having said that, if you feel you want more then you need to have what is said to be the best smartphone on the market, which we all know is the Samsung Galaxy S II.

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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