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HTC One X Headed to Sprint in June as HTC EVO One?



We know that HTC and Sprint are going to be holding a joint event on April 4th and we have a feeling that the device will be the carrier’s variation of the HTC One X, a device that is currently known as the HTC Jet. Well, a new rumor says that the device will, in fact, be an EVO-branded device and will arrive with some enticing features on board.

The rumor comes from Android Central and it states that the phone that will be launched on April 4th is actually the HTC EVO One and it will launch on June 6th.

Sprint launched the original EVO in June and the EVO 3D launched in June as well so the timing makes sense here.

HTC One X Headed to Sprint in June as HTC EVO One?

As for the features, the device supposedly is composed of:

  • Released June 6
  • 4.7 inch, 720p AMOLED screen
  • 1.5 dual-core Krait processor
  • 2650mah non-removal battery
  • 16GB internal memory
  • microSD card slot
  • Android 4.0 with 4.0 sense
  • 8-megapixel camera with 2.0 front-facing camera
  • LTE
  • Beats by Dre audio

It should also come in both black and red and a kickstand as well. Yes, the kickstand has apparently made a triumphant return.

So, it looks like the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Nexus for Sprint’s 4G LTE network has some competition. Sprint is rumored to be launching its 4G LTE network next month with the Galaxy Nexus release date pegged for April 15th.

However, the carrier has not yet given a specific release date or either the network so as of right now, it’s all speculation.

In any event, April 4th just got a little more exciting, didn’t it?

Anyone thinking about picking up the new EVO if it comes with these specs?



  1. FlyingShawn

    03/28/2012 at 10:58 pm

    The non-removable battery is what scares me.  It’s a larger capacity than you find on a lot of phones, but I’m not sure it’ll be a huge improvement with LTE and such a huge screen draining it.

  2. Ku_

    03/30/2012 at 6:36 pm

    Kickstand, yes!!!!! Bigger screen yea buddy the video I seen on the One X … I’m drooping. No option for extended battery…….blows

  3. scottS

    04/01/2012 at 3:39 pm

    Main concern here, too, is non removable battery. I like to throw a fresh battery in and never be stuck to a wall.

    • Jkwalker

      04/01/2012 at 5:45 pm

      just got back from vegas airport, all the iphone people were stuck to the walls… no thanks I will never go back to that. I like a quick reload

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