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3 responses to “Leaving iPhone for Android”

  1. Sal

    I’m also loving my EVO and everyday discovering new ways that it can make running my life a whole lot easier. I’ve got the same reasons as you for not having jumped on the iphone bandwagon.

  2. Bill Eastman

    I replaced the 8GB class ? that came with the Evo with a 16 GB class 6 microsd that I got from I have an extended battery by Seidio that I preordered from that should be arriving by Wednesday. What was really nice is when the product came in, Mobile City Online raised the selling price by $6 and no longer offered FREE shipping on it, so I saved $10 by preordering.

    Sprint has told me the battery life will be better when we get Android 2.2, but who knows when that will be? I wish Sprint would give a date instead of “soon”,

  3. Bill Eastman

    forgot to mention that battery is 3500 mAh.