The official launch date of the HTC Evo 4G LTE was set to be May 18 but as you know ITC banned it at US borders. Apple was the only one to blame because the Cupertino-based company was claiming HTC handsets, particularly the HTC One X and Evo 4G LTE violate its menu settings patent. HTC, however, was sure everything would soon be resolved, and it was right. Already a few days ago the Evo 4G LTE started entering the country. At the moment we even have the exact launch date.
Sprint’s HTC Evo 4G LTE and AT&T’s HTC One X are cleared from the Government’s custody, and several handsets have already reached their owners. The lucky owners say their phones work properly. The phones even come with simultaneous Voice & Data out of the box. The latter is not the selling point of the HTC Evo 4G LTE, but it, evidently, can play a huge role in raising the phone’s popularity.
Lastly, the phone will hit the shelves on June 2. It will be available on a two year contract at the price of $199.99.