For those in the United States, it looks like the long and patient wait for the impending HTC EVO 4G LTE as well as the “out of stock” HTC One X is probably going to be over soon. News has come through that these two HTC phones have finally been cleared by the US customs, which blocked the entry of these smart phone last week. This indeed is good news and the phone will now be sent to mobile carrier groups for being available to potential buyers.
The news has put the stocks of HTC on a high in Taiwanese stock exchange, where the stock has seen a steady high through the day, and we hope the stock will make up for some of its decline that had happened through the last few months. The HTC EVO 4G LTE and the HTC One X are both highly anticipated phones of the year in the US, which got stuck in the customs department for a considerable period of time, but it seems that now that is over. HTC released an official statement that the US Customs department had completed the review procedures of both phones in accordance with the rules of ITC and in future, the product would be shipped to the US without any problem. This means, AT&T will be back with its re-loaded stock for the One X. On the other hand, it looks like Sprint would also be able to tell when the EVO 4G LTE will be up for sale. With that said, in a very short time you can expect hear the new official release date for the EVO 4G LTE.
Do you feel relieved to hear this US customs clearance? Are you going to get the HTC One X or Sprint’s HTC EVO 4G LTE when stocks are loaded?