HTC EVO 4G: Sprint Email Confirms Release Date, Time and Price Plans

By Jamie Pert - Jun 3, 2010

If you are currently subscribed to Sprint’s mailing list, you may have found a very interesting email waiting in your inbox this morning mentioning the release of the HTC EVO 4G

With the official email from Sprint, which is titled “Your wait for the HTC EVO 4G ends tomorrow,” we can absolutely confirm that the release date for America’s first ever 4G phone will be one more sleep from now on June 4. The phone will only be made available to customers at 8pm from all Sprint stores.

I am sure that there will be queues and queues for this phone, so you might just want to sit it out and order online, although you will not get the phone straight away due to normal shipping times wherever you are based. As we previously mentioned, the price you have to pay for the first of its kind is $199.99 on a two year agreement.

You can see an advert of the Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G on a previous article here.

Will you be picking up the HTC EVO 4G? If so, are you going to queue or order online?

Source: Sprint

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