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16 and 32 gb btw and 16 for a phone is plenty lol
It may be plenty to some but to others that extra space out of the box is great.
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1000 words...

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Battery life on the Evo is terrible but I put MIUI on my Evo and I average 12 hours on a full charge. HTC sense is the cause of battery drain, it's easy to get rid of if you want your phone to last longer.

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The thunderbolt is a similiar form factor, but it's not quite the same. They improved the screen, the cameras, upped the ram, better processor, better GPU, better kickstand, etc. It's more of an Evo 1.5 (with a 2.0 being a fully modern dual core etc device).
Read the entire first page before telling me something I already know...
Edited by WannaBeOCer - 3/19/11 at 9:06pm
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Thunderbolt for LTE.
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