Update: And we just got the official word from Sprint:
It was mistakenly posted on Sprint.com that HTC EVO 4G with Android 2.2, Gingerbread, was available through our sale channels. We apologize for any confusion. HTC EVO 4G currently uses Android 2.2, Froyo, but we plan to upgrade to Android 2.3 as soon as we can.
Original: We've got no doubt that Android 2.3 is coming the for Sprint EVO 4G -- we've been rocking a leaked build for a month or so now. But might it finally be nearing release?
Sprint's started listing the EVO 4G as "Now with Android 2.3." That mean it's shipping with the Gingerbread build? Or is the update about to roll out? Is it just a typo? News at 11, folks.
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