By Legacy | June 3, 2010 8:21 AM
If you’re eagerly waiting for the release of the HTC EVO 4G on June 4, we know the last leg of the countdown can be the toughest. Here’s some reading material that may help distract you from staring at the clock every fifteen minutes. The EVO 4G’s user manual (PDF file) has been posted on the support section of Sprint’s site, along with the “getting started” guide (also PDF file).
The documentation is filled with around 200 pages of images and information related to America’s first WiMax handset. It’s a great way to get acclimated with your future Android device before it’s actually in-hand, and it’s even more helpful for those who are making the switch from Windows phone to Android. We know you’ll be tossing the instruction booklet aside after opening the packaging, so you might as well skim through it now.
The EVO 4G’s support page is obviously unfinished, as the interactive tutorials and other usual marketing material are missing, so check back later today or tomorrow and they’ll likely be up. Meanwhile, we’ll be pumping out our own EVO 4G coverage, so keep an eye out for that as well.