Best Buy used to have the white HTC EVO 4G smartphone as an exclusive, but as all good things must come to an end, so does this exclusivity – after all, Sprint will be offering this pure colored version of the EVO 4G, retailing for $199 on contract after a $100 mail-in rebate and a new 2-year agreement – similar to what most of the other high end smartphones are priced at anyways. It does make us wonder as to why only the back portion of the handset is white instead of the whole thing, but hey – at least folks know you’re on an “exclusive” phone whenever you talk! We can only hope the white bits will not turn all yellow in time as with most of the other white plastics we’ve encountered in consumer electronics devices.
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