Word on the street is that Sprint and HTC are hard at work on a software update for the EVO 4G
that would start rolling out on the 28th, next Monday. If true, this would be the phone's second update overall -- the first was pushed in concert with the launch in order to fix microSD issues -- and like the first, this one is designed to squash bugs, it seems. We're told this one will "enhance" WiFi (whether that means 802.11n will be enabled
, we're not sure), fix some Exchange issues, and improve battery life, all of which would be welcome changes. Of course, a Froyo
update would be even more
welcome, but we're just going to have to keep our expectations in check here for the time being.