Earlier today, we reported that Sprint had stopped selling its two Windows Phone devices, the HTC 8XT and Samsung ATIV S Neo, on its website. We emailed the carrier for comment and just got a response back from its PR representative, and the good news is that Sprint still seems to be interested in selling future Windows Phone devices.
Here's the full statement we received from Sprint:
"At this time, HTC 8XT and Samsung ATIV S Neo have been available for more than 18 months. There is still some inventory available in some of our retail stores, but the devices are no longer available on our website. We do expect to bring new Windows Phone devices to our customers in the near future, and Sprint is committed to offering a variety of operating systems to our customers."
Hopefully, Sprint will offer more support for the Windows Phone platform than they have in the past in the coming months.
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