Sprint Confirms EVO 4G Receiving Gingerbread June 6
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Jun 2, 2011, 10:48 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Sprint today announced via its support forums that it will begin pushing Android 2.3 to the HTC EVO 4G over the air starting Monday, June 6. Users will be notified when the update is ready for their phone. Sprint also said that users should be able to manually search for and download the update from their handset starting Friday, June 3 if they wish. The update is free and adds a handful of new features to the platform.
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Sprint 4g Sucks
I've got two of these phones. Basically like them, but give me a break on the 4G. It is totally retarded. I shuffel between two covered cities and travel to others. When I click on the 4g antenna the antenna comes on, but the phone rarely switches to 4g and if it does it is brief and never operates in 4g. If I do any data I lose what tiny amount of apparent 4g I get. This method of communication is less reliable than carrier pigeon. Don't buy it for Sprints 4g service. It is shockingly disappointing.
If you want REAL 4G go to Verizon Wireles...