European HTC EVO 3D launches in SIM-free variant for now in the UK

6a00d83451c9ec69e201543410b0b8970c-800wi[1] Despite the HTC EVO 3D being dumped by Vodafone and being delayed till September, it looks like Europeans can actually get their hands on it now. Without warning, the dual-core phone has appeared at a number of UK retailers and is available for purchase.

The EVO 3D has been met with great praise stateside and it seems that it arrived across the pond with all of its baggage safely. Currently it will be available in a SIM-free variant, meaning that those looking to purchase the phone will not have the option of receiving a discount from a provider to help shutter the costs. Due to no subsidy, it will be retailing at a wallet-punishing £500.00 or about $815.00 USD.

Seeing how well the phone was received here, I bet most people are dying to get their hands on one but with the price being as high as some people's mortgage payment, most will probably hold off. Despite the price, it is still tempting to be able to get that 3D qHD display into your hands before your friends do. Bragging rights are sometimes worth more than just money.

[Android Central]
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Bruce Eaton

Bruce Eaton is a former contributing editor at Good and EVO, which was merged into Pocketables in 2012.