The Evo has that same metal unibody as the HTC 10, but the back is now flat and, thanks to the 5.5-inch screen, it’s much bigger. Getting rid of the subtle curve makes it much harder to hold, and the Evo feels so much tougher to grip than it should. It’s no bigger than a Google Pixel XL, but the sharp chamfers on the sides are so steep that I find it tough to handle and slightly uncomfortable.

There’s 3GB RAM too – 4GB seems to be the norm now at this price – and 32GB storage. If you need more storage, there’s a microSD slot to bump it up further. The phone has a qualcomm snapdragon chipset and an octa-core processor.

Other phone specifications include;

  • Dust/water resistant
  • Android 7.0 Nougat OS
  • 16mp camera
  • 8mp front camera
  • 3200mah battery capacity
  • No earphone jack

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