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HTC EVO Shift 4G showing up in Best Buy's systems for $150?

Chris Ziegler

Upfront, we'll point out that modifying an Excel spreadsheet to say whatever you want is... well, easy, so we can't call this a slam dunk. That said, the document that's turned up over on Android Police showing a launch price of $149.99 on contract ($549.99 commitment-free) for the rumored HTC EVO Shift 4G that we're all expecting to launch any time now is certainly believable -- after all, the phone seems to be a slightly lower-end EVO 4G with the addition of a QWERTY keyboard. No word on a release date -- but with CES coming up, Sprint's going to have a lovely opportunity to roll this puppy out.

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