HTC EVO 4G LTE New Color Option Teased In Leak

While it ultimately boils-down to a matter of taste, HTC’s EVO 4G LTE on Sprint is arguably quite the sharp-looking smartphone, contrasting gentle curves with bold lines, and accenting the design with a few well-chosen splashes of color. Considering the effort put in to designing the phone, as HTC showed-off in a video, we’d expect nothing less. However, if the EVO 4G LTE as released just wasn’t winning you over with its appearance, there may be a new option for you to check out, upon evidence of a new color variant of the handset appearing in a newly-leaked screenshot.

Supposedly coming from a system displaying Sprint’s warehouse inventory, we can see that right under the original HTC X325C – a designation reserved for the EVO 4G LTE – there’s now a new white version of of the phone.

Presumably, we’d be looking at an EVO 4G LTE with a white body and the same red accents, as we got with the white version of the original EVO 4G, though there’s what’s probably a very slim chance that HTC could go with another color to complement the white.

We haven’t heard any hints about when such a white EVO 4G LTE may see the light of day, but if Sprint’s already tracking the phone in its warehouses, we expect that we might get official word of its availability quite soon.

Source: TechnoBuffalo
Via: DroidDog

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