Originally Posted by jjsoviet
Uhhh... you can get rid of bloatware via rooting your Evo 4G (it's super-easy with some programs) and manually uninstalling the apps via Titanium Backup. What's even better in Android is that you can flash a new ROM if you don't like HTC's Sense UI.
Windows Phone 7 is exceedingly simple to use (got to play with the HD7 and Surround) and very smooth to navigate, which is great for new smartphone users and normal consumers. But for power users like me, it isn't flexible enough to be customized top to bottom.
Where can I find info on this? I'd like to get rid of all the crap-ware that comes with the phone.
Originally Posted by kiwiasian
I have a Surround too, and I agree...I've noticed the battery life isn't too impressive (I haven't actually measured and taken time trails). Maybe I can get a higher mAh battery sometime.
Edit: the stock one is 1230 mAh.
Yes it's true, the HTC Surround has poor battery life. However, this isn't the case with all WP7's. My Sumsung Focus lasts a long time for a smart phone. It can last two days without a charge, unless of course, I played games on it all day.
However, my Android HTC Evo 4 must of been made of a similar mold as the HTC Surround
. It's battery life is TERRIBLE!!!Edited by whitingnick - 6/4/11 at 8:06am