Wonder what new devices are on the way to Sprint’s network? Well, we can’t say we know for sure (the iPhone, perhaps?) but thanks to reports online, we do know what’s not going to be around anymore. The folks over at SprintFeed have just received from a tipster, a photograph showing the upcoming End of Life listing for the Now Network and some of our beloved phones will be no longer available in a few weeks.
Most of the phones already have replacements to take their place, so it’s likely they won’t be missed, but if you do need a replacement due to theft or damage, you’ll probably be upgraded to a newer phone when your original phone is no longer in stock. The phones that will be retired this month are: the HTC EVO 4G (black and white), the BlackBerry Bold 9650 (with and without camera), and the Sanyo Innuendo. Surprisingly the original Epic 4G isn’t on this list, despite the Galaxy S2 arriving in a few days – it’s probably going to be bumped to a freebie status in the near future.
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