Starting today, January 19, Sprint is rolling out software updates for three of its Android smartphones: HTC Evo 4G, HTC Evo Design 4G, and Samsung Epic 4G.
The new software version for the Evo 4G is 4.67.651.3, and brings a security update, plus battery life improvements, and updated Peep client “to align with Twitter.” You can find out more here at Sprint.
The Evo Design 4G’s new software version is 2.12.651.5. It also brings a security update, battery life improvements and new Peep client, plus updated Sprint Zone client, and 3LM Enterprise Tool access. More details here.
As for the Samsung Epic 4G, the new software (version S:D700.0.5S.EL30) brings it a security update and speaker feedback fix. Also, the QIK and Asphalt 5 apps are no longer pre-installed on the device. More info here.
Each of the HTC Evo 4G, HTC Evo Design 4G and Samsung Epic 4G is currently sold by Sprint for $99.99 on contract.
Via Android Police
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