Jun 21 AT 11:38 AM Edgar Cervantes 27 Comments

Sprint HTC EVO 3D pre-orders available, teases us with user guide

Are you guys tired of EVO 3D news yet? We sure aren’t. And we know our friend Richard Yarrell isn’t either. So, here we go! Wondering what the benefits of being a Sprint Premier customer are? Well, aside from discounts, updates and all that good stuff, you also get to pre-order your HTC EVO 3D early! That’s right. The EVO 3D was made available for pre-order[1] straight from Sprint last night, but only for Premier users. (Here are the requirements to become a Sprint Premier customer).

Soon after the pre-orders went live, Sprint started sending emails to all their Premier users. (Click the image for more details). This took no small toll on Sprint’s website, as it was almost unreachable most of the night. But if this wasn’t enough to build some hype about one of the most anticipated devices of the year, the next news will surely make you drool over your keyboard for a while.

This morning, Sprint made the HTC EVO 3D user guide[2] available for anyone who wants to start learning the device early. Yeah, you know. The paper “stuff” that comes with our phones that we never read. If you’re interested in it this time, just head over to Sprint’s site and snatch that PDF flie.

If you’re one of those guys who doesn’t like dealing with third parties (and are a Sprint Premier customer), this may be great news to you. Go ahead and pre-order this bad boy. You should already have an email notifying you about the pre-order. And you’ll get free shipping and the upgrade fee waived. Talk about great incentives!

As for us peasants, we’ll have to wait until the 24th and/or take advantage of some pre-order offers the third party retailers offer.  Any of you guys able to pre-order your HTC EVO 3D straight from Sprint? If not, will you be pre-ordering somewhere else? Where? Please share your thoughts and opinions in the comment section. The wait is almost over, guys. Hold on tight!


  1. Source: Sprint Via: Android Central
  2. Source: Sprint Via: Android Central
Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

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