Original Evo 4G and Evo View 4G reaching end of life
‘Parting is such sweet sorrow’ seems to fit here. We all know nothing lasts forever in the world of mobile technology. We’ve gotten word from our friends over at Sprint Feed, and the end-of-life (EOL) report has been updated, with a couple new players left out in the cold. Namely, the HTC Evo View 4G and the original 4G device, the Evo 4G. This news comes just days after rumors that the HTC Flyer may be getting Ice Cream Sandwich in the near future. Of course, the Evo View 4G is Sprint’s version of the Flyer, and it recently got updated to Honeycomb.
If you happen to own one of the devices and are in need of replacement, you may possibly receive a slight upgrade if there are none in stock. One can only hope that Sprint has some more 4G devices in the works to replace these powerhouses.
So, any Evo 4G or Evo View owners out there? Are you sad to see your device reach the end of life on Sprint? Drop a comment below!
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