Update: For those of you that thought this was too good to be true, you may be right. It turns out that most of the bloatware is still unremovable on the EVO 3D, so we'll just have to wait and see how Sprint handles this moving forward.
Yesterday we told you that all the unwanted junk bundled with the EVO 3D could be removed like any other app, a feature that no other phone/carrier had previously offered. Personally, I thought it was a fluke and Sprint would quickly release an OTA update to lock these apps in place - but I couldn't have been more wrong. As it turns out, Sprint actually did this on purpose. Yeah, breathe that in for a minute.
Got it? Okay, here's the deal: in an unprecedented display of customer love, Sprint is going to allow bloatware to be uninstalled from all future Android devices. It's pretty obvious that Sprint actually listens to its customers - something that AT&T and Verizon should seriously consider doing every once in a while. Of course, if they don't, we all may need to switch to the Now Network.