HTC Evo 4G gets FCC approval

The Sprint-bound HTC Evo 4G is one step closer to release as it passes FCC tests.

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The HTC Evo 4G is one step closer to launch. FCC

Over the past couple of weeks, we've started to see increasing signs that the Sprint HTC Evo 4G might be heading toward an imminent release. There is talk of the Shack taking Evo 4G preorders later this month; Sprint has an Evo 4G event planned for Wednesday; and now, the Android superphone has received the FCC's blessing to go out into the world and spread the good word about 4G.

The FCC documents don't reveal any surprises, but, hey, at least we now know it's been cleared to head to Sprint stores and other retail outlets. Is it me or is that rumored June 6 release date looking better and better by the second?

(Source: Engadget Mobile)