HTC has revealed that the HTC EVO 3D, the company’s first 3D phone, will launch in the UK this September, confirming the delays that were reported earlier this week.
Following its official unveiling just weeks ago HTC announced the EVO 3D was to touch down on British soil by they end of the month with reports on Wednesday revealing mobile phone network provider Vodafone had removed the handset from its ‘Coming Soon’ pages citing unnamed ‘delays’ for the postponement.
"We can confirm that the HTC EVO 3D will be available to UK customers through Carphone Warehouse from September 2011," a HTC spokesperson has told T3’s sister site TechRadar. They failed to elaborate on the cause of the delay.
Hosting a 4.3-inch qHD stereoscopic display that allows for glasses-3D visuals the HTC EVO 3D will also land with dual 5-megapixel cameras allowing users to craft their own 3D content with 720p HD video recording capabilities at 30fps.
Shortly after the HTC EVO 3D was officially unveiled as being UK bound a spokesman for unlockedmobiles.com revealed exclusively to T3 that “HTC have advised us that the HTC Evo 3D release date will be September.”