Yes, that’s right, HTC’s Evo 3D is now available from Vodafone! From what we can tell Malta is also amongst the first in Europe to get this incredible device. The price is 649 euro off contract or starting from 49 euro on the Smartphone 95 plan.
Vodafone’s summer just keeps getting hotter. After bringing greats like the Sensation and the Flyer to Malta Vodafone has just put up the HTC Evo 3D for preorder. No word on pricing and no date for release, but judging by the Sensation it shouldn’t be above the 700 euro mark.
Just to remind you, the Evo 3D is a dual core, 4.3″ smartphone with a stereoscopic glasses free 3D display. Sense 3.0 runs on top of Gingerbread (v 2.3) with some custom 3D apps from HTC. Unfortunately none of the homescreen elements make use of the 3D display, then again it’s best to keep 3D an add on rather than the main feature – at least till the technology improves.
Vodafone Malta have indeed lifted the lid off of their very secretive HTC Sensation launch, and sent us an email informing us that the release that is, wait for it, tomorrow. It shall be priced at 599 euro off contract, with varying prices with varying contacts, but they’re keeping mum on those. Anyway, in case you find it hard to believe, here’s a screen grab of the email.
HTC Sensation for Malta
Read on after the break for a gallery of photos of the Sensation, in case you’ve forgotten.
Today Vodafone UK and the French carrier SFR have started sending out preorder HTC Sensations to their respective customers. Vodafone have it on a £35 per month for a two year plan, free, while SFR should have it ready for retail today. Of course, this hasn’t been made official, but Vodafone has confirmed that preorder customers should be recieving their device today.
Closer to home, Vodafone still has the Sensation up for preorder, but they have the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 available. It’s up for 799 euros, but is a bit hard to find. For those of you interested, it’s under the Smartphones section.
That’s all for today, but stay tuned for our report on the 2012 Ford Focus launch in Malta by our very own Automotive Editor, Zach Galea!