Everything in this life has its beginning and end. The same formula works naturally in the world of smartphones. It is always encouraging to see mobile operators introducing some new, technologically more advanced and nicely designed products to the customers. Each carrier has also a list of phones it has decided to stop selling. All products inevitably find their way there sooner or later.
In this sense, if you own an HTC Evo 4G you need to learn Sprint has inserted the mentioned device in its End-of-Life (what a depressing name) list. This means Sprint will start cutting down its shipments of the smartphone to the point when it is no longer available. Not available at Sprint, but of course this does not mean that generally the smartphone will disappear from the market, so no point to get depressed or to think there is something wrong with the handset.
To remind the HTC Evo 4G was launched on June 4, 2010 in the US via Sprint and soon was a flagship outrunning such smartphones as the Palm Pre, the Samsung Instinct and the Motorola Razr V3.
Sprint will also discontinue its services with the Samsung M360, the Samsung Trender Purple, the HTC Evo View 4G, the Wi-Fi BlackBerry PlayBook and the Sanyo Innuendo Blue.