If you want to buy Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G right now, you can’t, because both versions of the smartphone (black and white) are out of stock – about 200k HTC EVO 4Gs were sold in the first week-end of availability only.
But there’s good news for those who are looking for Sprint’s first 4G smartphone. The carrier says it expects to make the EVO available again staring “early next week.”
Early next week (August 31) is also when the Samsung Epic 4G will be launched on Sprint – so you’ll actually have two awesome handsets to choose from. Of course, the Epic 4G is more expensive than the EVO 4G – unless you want to buy it from Amazon, where it’s $199 (just like the EVO).
Via Sprint (Twitter)
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