Sprint, HTC announce April 4 event to discuss “latest collaboration”

Sprint, HTC announce April 4 event to discuss “latest collaboration”

Sprint and HTC have begun sending out invitations to an upcoming event set to take place on April 4 in New York City. Sprints CEO, Dan Hesse, and HTC President Jason Mackenzie will both be on hand to discuss the “latest collaboration” between the two companies.  As to what we’ll be expecting to see at the little gala remains to be seen however we’d love to hear more about that HTC One X due in June.  Do you think that Sprint would announce the phone with nearly two months gap until it’s released?  Yeah, us neither.

Then again… we do see one “X” in the picture below.  How’s that for stretching?

So that’s where we turn it over to you for your guidance and wisdom!  What will Sprint and HTC announce on April 4th?

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  1. TonyArcher
    March 20, 17:13 Reply

    Umm yeah, that’s exactly what I would expect lol.  They announced the EVO way before it was released.  They maybe moved it up because of the information leak, however.

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