Members of the media wondered why Sprint has booked two-and-a-half hour slot at the upcoming CTIA Wireless in Orlando, Florida. Engadget was super-eager to find that out, engaging its efficient spies to find out what’s going on. Their findings are promising – Sprint will use the show to unveil several cool devices, including:
- Nexus S 4G – which is said to be pretty much the same as the original Nexus S with the addition of WiMAX radio, enabling 4G for users in select markets.
- EVO 3D – which will most likely be a version of the EVO 4G with a 3D screen. We haven’t seen HTC demoing anything similar at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, but can imagine the ever-efficient Taiwanese company acquiring technology in no time at all.
- EVO View – a CDMA/WiMAX version of HTC’s Flyer tablet.
In a nutshell, if Engadget’s intel is right Sprint is getting back to the game, big time! And it seems we’re onto something here – if you visit now.sprint.com/nexus, you get a “coming soon” page. However, if you substitute “nexus” for “evo3d” or “evoview”, you get redirected back to the Sprint’s homepage…
We’ll be watching where this goes and let you know as soon as something new comes up. Stay tuned…