"Amazing phone, CNET reviewer is completely absurd."5.0 starson by cetvxs
Pros: This is a true top of the line phone and ousts the One X/S in terms of sheer features. With a dedicated camera button, 32gb Micro SD card support, kickstand and even slightly slimmer profile despite the said kickstand, nothing else can really compare
Cons: Some may not enjoy the red and black combination of the EVO, but that concept comes with any phone out there. 4G LTE network won't be out instantly, but that is unrelated to the phone itself.
Summary: Brian Bennett in my solid opinion is absurd for giving this phone 3.5/5. This is related to the PHONE, not the service. You're basing your review on two completely different matters. This phone is packed to the brim with features, yet you gave the Droid Razr Maxx a 4.5/5, even though the EVO LTE beats its specs by a long shot.
Your cons for Razr Maxx:
"For such an advanced smartphone, the vague promise of a future Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is disappointing. Also, while a stronger battery is great, it's still not user-removable. People with small hands will find it hard to wrap around the phone's wide frame, and the 8-megapixel camera is unimpressive."
And yet the EVO gets a 3.5/5 because of a service that's unavailable for the phone - which isn't related to the review of the actual phone itself.
The Razr Maxx has a thicker profile, an inferior camera, has a plastic body (kevlar is plastic, right), doesn't have 4.0 ICS, less internal storage, among many other technological inferiority compared to the EVO LTE.
Your review is illogical.
If you want to compare SERVICES, why don't we talk about the data-throttling all other carriers have compared to the true unlimited data Sprint has?