HTC Knight Landing on Sprint?
Xda-Developers is reporting that the HTC Knight will be landing on Sprint and apparently it will slide. The source is saying that the Knight will have a 3.7 inch screen and that it will slide in and out during operation. This could mean anything folks. Essentially, at this point, we don’t have much besides these two things. Looks a little bit like the HTC Evo though.
At this point, I’m not going to get excited until some other leaks happen, but for now I remain (as should you) cautiously optimistic about this handset.
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