It's not rocket science - the HTC EVO 4G is huge for Sprint. Really huge. And in fairness, the device really is awesome. So it makes sense that in the latest edition of the Sprint Playbook, most of the pages are dedicated to the Android-powered behemoth.
It's exactly what you would expect in a sales-centric handbook - pages of comparisons between Sprint, Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile with...you guessed it...Sprint coming out on top. The handbook also discusses potential objections to the $10 mandatory "premium data" fee, and additional information on the $29.99 mobile hotspot feature. Frequently Asked Questions are also included, with topics like "Do customers have to pay $10 if they're not in a 4G market?" and "Is the EVO available in 3G-only markets?" covered in-depth.
Needless to say, a device like the EVO 4G is going to chew through its 1500 mAh battery (particularly with 4G, video chatting, and other data-intensive tasks enabled), and the company wants customers to be prepared for it. They're recommending that data-intense features like 4G, Wi-Fi, and the Mobile Hotspot feature remain off unless they're being used, and to keep a close eye on running widgets and programs.
Have a look and familiarize yourself with what's required, because after all, we're only eight days away from launch. Who's getting excited?