Sprint Killing Off Several Android Devices in the Coming Months

Thanks to SprintFeed, we got a look at the devices that Sprint will be killing off. As you know, new phones come out every month, so obviously Sprint can’t hold onto all of them. Looking at the list above, some Android devices that specifically stand out are: HTC EVO 4G (White) — September HTC EVO 4G […]

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Thanks to SprintFeed, we got a look at the devices that Sprint will be killing off. As you know, new phones come out every month, so obviously Sprint can’t hold onto all of them. Looking at the list above, some Android devices that specifically stand out are:

  • HTC EVO 4G (White) — September
  • HTC EVO 4G (Black) — October
  • Samsung Transformer — October
  • Samsung Epic 4G — October

If you have one of these devices and are worrying about your insurance, don’t be. If your phone breaks, and you have insurance, Sprint will find the best phone to replace yours if your specific device is not in stock. The good news is, most of the time you will actually receive the 2nd generation of your phone (i.e. you have an EVO 4G, they might replace it with an EVO 3D), although there is nothing that guarantees this will happen, so don’t go breaking your phone on purpose. Although we’re sad to see these devices go, time moves on nevertheless.

So, is it just me, or did these phone have a long life on Sprint compared to other devices like the G2 on T-Mobile? Leave your comments below!

Sprint Killing Off Several Android Devices in the Coming Months originally appeared on AndroidGuys.

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