Official: HTC EVO 4G LTE on sale May 18 for $199 on contract | Tech NEWS

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Just as was recommended to folks placing their pre-order, the HTC EVO 4G LTE will be accessible May 18th from Sprint. Pricing sits at 9.99 on a new two year contract. Like previous LTE release from Sprint, the Now Network’s next-gen 4G likely won’t be live at launch. Instead those choosing up the LTE-enabled EVO will have to wait a month or two before possibly seeing high-speed data pop up in their local market (though the early roadmap reads as slim choosings). Check out the full press release below for more information.

Sprint Debuts HTC EVO 4G LTE on May 18 for 9.99

HTC EVO 4G LTE is now accessible for pre-order at www.sprint.com/evo4glte

OVERLAND PARK, Kan.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sprint (NYSE: S), the only national wireless carrier offering truly unlimited data for all phones while on the Sprint network1, and HTC, a international designer of smartphones, announce the Friday, May 18, availability of the next evolution of the award-winning HTC EVO™ family, HTC EVO™ 4G LTE.

It will expense 9.99 with a new line of service or eligible upgrade and two-year service agreement (excludes taxes). Pre-order began May 7 at www.sprint.com/evo4glte.

“HTC EVO 4G LTE sets the benchmark for Android devices this year with its astounding 4.7-inch screen, advanced camera features and future HD voice capabilities when combined with the speed of Sprint’s upcoming 4G LTE network,” said Fared Adib, vice president-Product Development, Sprint. “Its cutting-edge technology pairs perfectly with Sprint’s unlimited data plans to let our customers enjoy their wireless experience without worrying about overage charges or throttling.”

HTC EVO 4G LTE is built on Android™ 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich, integrated with HTC Sense™ 4. It focuses on tremendous improvements in camera technology, audio and voice quality on both the network and device.

HTC ImageSense™ brings improvements to every part of the extraordinary camera experience featuring a superfast autofocus to enable continuous shooting, th

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