Vodafone UK dumping the upcoming GSM HTC EVO 3D

28 July, 2011 | Comments (28) | Post your comment

Vodafone UK has announced it is not going to offer the HTC EVO 3D and has already removed it from its Coming Soon section. The reason - delays!

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HTC EVO 3D was announced just a month ago and it is already available for pre-order from various online retailers. But for some reason Vodafone UK is giving up on the glasses-free EVO 3D because of "delays".

Whatever's causing the delay, it can't be that bad. As Eurodroid points out, the reason for the carrier's decision is, more probably, the not-so-good reception received by the already available LG Optimus 3D more than anything else.

Anyway, if you are a Vodafone UK user who was saving for an EVO 3D, you might as well ditch that idea for now, or look elsewhere.

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Vodafone UK dumping the upcoming GSM HTC EVO 3D - reader comments

  • tactictaylor

Voda UK, well one look in their stores says it all. The handsets are usually much more expensive than their direct competitors, especially on PAYG. How can Tesco sell their phones on their network at a lesser price? I just don't get that. The range o...

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  • 2012-02-05 23:21
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  • zima

3, and not only on phones. Inevitably, the fad of stereoscopy(*) quickly starts to fade away ...again, just like it happened every single time during numerous past occasions it was pushed on people. *which is not even the only way to convey &quo...

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  • 2011-08-04 12:25
  • 0Zf9
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Nope, Voda AU started rolling out an entirely new network starting in capital cities. They only roam on Telstra in rural Tasmania and parts of Victoria. They are replacing all the old Nokia-Siemens and Ericsson equipment with Huawei.

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  • 2011-07-30 04:55
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