Earlier this month Sprint updated its End of Life listing, signaling an end to the HTC EVO 4G, BlackBerry Bold 9650 and Sanyo Innuendo. Now it looks like the phones will be given another month on the shelf but we’ll be seeing an additional phone added to the EOL list: the Kyocera Echo. Despite being less than a year old, it looks like the phone hasn’t caught on long enough to stick around. After all, how many of you have one or have seen somebody in person use one? Not many I bet.
The phones that are going to be removed from the shelves next month will consist of the HTC EVO 4G, Kyocera Echo, BlackBerry Bold 9650 and the Sanyo Innuendo. Farewell, dual-screened Android phone – it was nice knowing you. Will any of you be rushing out to buy these phones before they’re not available anymore?
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