So we've noticed. But here's the deal, Sprint fans. You're getting the EVO 4G LTE. The Sprint HTC EVO 4G LTE. And you know what? It might actually be better than the One X.
Crazy talk, I know. But think about it. No, wait. First, go back and read our HTC One X review. Now let's think about it. How much of the EVO 4G LTE (or the E4GLTE for not-so short) is exactly in line -- on paper, anyway -- with the One X? Quite a bit. And, more important, it's in line with features of the One X about which we're still shouting from the rooftops.
And it doesn't stop there. Consider:
Both have a 4.7-inch Super LCD2 display. It's gorgeous.
Both have 720x1280 resolution. Beat that.
Both have the Qualcomm S4 processor at 1.5 GHz. (Which, by the way, really isn't "slower" than the Tegra 3 variant because it has half the cores.)
Both have HTC's excellent new camera and app.
Both have Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich.
Both have Sense 4.
Both have Beats Audio.
Both get you 25-gigabytes of online storage from Dropbox free for two years.