Yesterday a screenshot from an internal Radio Shack system surfaced showing that the HTC EVO 4G would be available to pre-order later this month. There were no confirmed details, but speculation of a June 6th or 13th release date with $199.99 contract pricing. This morning it appears that AndroidCentral has managed to get a hold of Sprint's four-week promotional advertising pamphlets that address different topics of the EVO 4Gs functionality each week.
The pamphlets came from a local Radio Shack where PreCentral forums member bnceo went to pick up some accessories for his Palm. When he was there he saw the pamphlets and snapped some pictures as fast as he could, though in the end the salesman let him take the originals anyway. The salesman told bnceo that the expected release of the EVO 4G would be early June (June 6th anyone?) and that the price of the phone on contract would be $200, which lines up with what we expected and what seems to be commonplace on the market these days. Additionally, if you want to grab the EVO 4G off-contract, you'll be shelling out $600, though suffice to say you'll probably be getting your money's worth.
There's nothing on the pamphlets that we don't already know, but they do a good job of breaking things down for the average consumer, which is important considering us tech junkies aren't the only ones they want to buy these things. Looks like the official launch is right around the corner and you'll be able to sign yourself up for one of these bad boys pretty soon. Anyone getting excited about some EVO 4G love from Sprint? Let us know in the comments!