Unless you have been living under a rock, there is a pretty good chance that you have heard something about this HTC EVO 4G thing. It’s kind of a big deal, being Sprint’s first 4G phone and basically being a beast hardware wise. Is it really that big of a deal though? The guys over at PhoneScoop wanted to put the latest networks to the test, and it was a war. The truth is, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network is simply better than Sprint’s WiMax 4G offerings, on a download, upload and latency basis. It should be said, though, that these speeds are still relatively close, and actual results may vary. On a related side note, T-Mobile’s HSPA 7.2 Mbps network wasn’t much slower than HSPA+ or 21 Mbps. So it all comes down to this, real world speeds on both of these networks is crazy fast, but T-Mobile has more phones, and a wider and ever expanding area of customers, that can use the network. So, I will say it again, GO T-MOBILE!!! Make sure to read the test yourself, it is pretty interesting in a bland, stuff you never really need to know, kind of way. Leave your thoughts in the comments!