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European EVO 3D Confirmed Via HTC France's Twitter

European EVO 3D Confirmed Via HTC France's Twitter

It appears that the HTC EVO 3D, the CDMA version of which Sprint revealed to the world last week, will be coming in a GSM flavor after all - the HTC France Twitter account has confirmed that the device will be launching in Europe at some point, although the date is not confirmed. For those who can't remember their high school French, the tweet roughly translates to:

You want an HTC EVO 3D for France?

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HTC Desire Z: Long-Term Ownership Hardware Review

HTC Desire Z: Long-Term Ownership Hardware Review

Take a look at the top tier of Android phones right now and you might notice something. They all kind of look the same. Black front fascia, large touchscreen, minimal waistline. Boring, right? Well that's just the way things are going. Alternatives to the slate way of living are becoming increasingly rare, which puts the HTC Desire Z with its hardware keyboard in an intriguing light. With its metallic accents and suave grey pallet, the Desire Z cuts a different path.

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US Cellular, AT&T Announce Their Versions Of The Samsung Galaxy Tab - Former $399 On Contract, Launching November 19; Latter $649 Starting November 21

US Cellular, AT&T Announce Their Versions Of The Samsung Galaxy Tab - Former $399 On Contract, Launching November 19; Latter $649 Starting November 21

It all started as a despicable rumor, but now AT&T's charged ahead and made it official - its version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab will indeed cost $649, which is $50 more than the other carriers' versions and $30 more than the cheapest 3G-capable iPad. Disappointing as that may seem, a $50 virtual gift card for Samsung's Media Hub is included, as is a bunch of bloatware nobody wants (sigh).

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Rumor: AT&T To Launch Samsung Galaxy Tab On November 21 For $649.99 (!)

Rumor: AT&T To Launch Samsung Galaxy Tab On November 21 For $649.99 (!)

 

AT&T isn't exactly known for fair pricing schemes - just take a look at their monthly service plans if you need any evidence of that - but frankly, if this latest rumor proves to be true, they've just crossed the line.

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At $649.99, AT&T's Galaxy Tab will be about $20 more expensive than the carrier's 16 GB 3G-capable iPad and $50 less affordable than the off-contract options offered by the three other nationals.

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