A new report says Sprint will release the HTC One X on June 10. We've already heard the Galaxy Nexus will be arriving on the Sprint network, and the same report says it will debut April 15, according to the S4GRU Web site. The One X is codenamed the Jet, but could debut as the next offering in Sprint's EVO lineup. It's been just about two years since the EVO went live as Sprint's original so-called 4G phone.
Furthermore, invitations have been sent out to the media about an April 4 press conference starring Sprint CEO Dan Hesse and HTC President Jason Mackenzie in New York City. That could be where they announce the One X, and maybe even reveal the launch dates for the Galaxy Nexus and LG Viper. Sprint's new LTE network is supposed to launch this summer, but that doesn't seem to match up with the April 15 release date for the Viper and Galaxy Nexus. It does match up to the One X launch, however. HTC already announced the One X would be coming to AT&T, but we don't have a date for that launch. There's also no price given yet for any of the new Sprint phones.
Sprint is also offering the Samsung Galaxy S 4G for free until the end of March, and that could be a signal new devices are close to release. That the Nexus S was supposed to be the first phone to get updated to Android 4.0 is another clue the Galaxy Nexus could be close. Galaxy Nexus is still the only smartphone running the system because the Nexus S update was aborted and has yet to resume for all owners. Start the slideshow to see these new Sprint phones in detail. Tell us if you're a Sprint customer and if you're ready for an upgrade.