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HTC EVO 3D will be "broadly available" in Europe beginning next month


The gold-ringed EVO 3D that HTC added to its global site last month was officially announced today. And despite the phone apparently being in Seattle when it posed for the press shot above, it is actually headed to Europe, where it will be "broadly available" beginning in July.

According to the specs, the GSM EVO 3D will be identical to Sprint's CDMA version (excluding the minor cosmetic differences), though instead of listing the total storage as 4GB, HTC is accurately advertising the device to have 1GB of "available internal storage"—an important distinction that will prevent new users from balking at the "lost" 3GB of space.

Pricing, carriers, and exact regional availability have not yet been announced, but we can definitely expect to see readers from France and the UK in the comments soon.

[Eurodroid] Thanks, Brodie!

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