You can probably recall the big blow we received last week when the arrival of the HTC One X and Evo 4G were delayed at the U.S. Customs for an investigation of a patent infringement with Apple. This week, it appears that the rain has gone and the dust has finally settled. HTC has just pointed out that some of its devices have finally passed the review process and will be arriving to carriers shortly. But apparently we never got any confirmation about the actual device approved. That will be cleared today because Sprint has just released an official statement indicating that pre-orders for the HTC EVO 4G LTE will be arriving on Thursday, May 24.
This is definitely good news for those who have pre-ordered the phone. But we’d like to point out that the date only applies to those who pre-ordered the phone directly from Sprint’s website. “Customers who pre-ordered HTC EVO 4G LTE, your wait is almost over. Sprint expects to begin shipping HTC EVO 4G LTE for arrival on or around Thursday, May 24 to customers who pre-ordered the device online from Sprint. We will provide details on the full national launch as soon as possible,” Sprint said. So, if you were able to pre-order the device, Sprint is encouraging you to check out the status of your pre-order at www.sprint.com/myorder.
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