Results 1 to 18 of 18
  1. Thread Author  Thread Author    #1  

    Default evo 3d release date? 9/30/2011?

    So I've been so anxious for this phone to come out. And it looks to me im going to be waiting a little bit more than my 18th birthday in august.. i was hoping more of mid summer.. oh well at lease ill have an upgrade by then

    source:
  2. #2  
    error4o4's Avatar

    Posts
    230 Posts
    ROM
    Stock for now.

    Default

    Its going to take far more than one website with little detail to prove to me thats a real date, and not some Amazon style "pick whatever date we feel like" bullcrap.
  3. Thread Author  Thread Author    #3  

    Default

    So you don't feel like its a reliable source? I sure as helll hope it's not.
  4. #4  
    MannyZ28's Avatar

    Posts
    2,560 Posts
    Global Posts
    4,491 Global Posts
    ROM
    Stock

    Default

    Damn that better not be true. That wouldn't make any sense. Sprint has been staying on track so far with all their other release dates. Not sure why they would wait 6 months to release a phone after it's introduction, especially now that it seems like it will take a bit longer until the iPhone 5 comes out.

    Maybe other stores will have exclusivity before they get it?
  5. #5  
    bbroecker's Avatar

    Posts
    17 Posts
    Global Posts
    44 Global Posts

    Default

    That simply looks like an extrapolation of a Q3 launch. They are playing it safe.
  6. #6  
    Averix's Avatar

    Posts
    647 Posts
    ROM
    Stock on most

    Default

    Since they claim the Galaxy S II was released on Feb. 28 of 2011, I would take this release date with a giant cube of salt.
  7. #7  
    chong67's Avatar

    Posts
    26 Posts
    Global Posts
    983 Global Posts

    Default

    That is a long time. I cant wait much longer.
    Dell x51v → Motorola Q (Verizon) → Mogul → 800w → Treo Pro → Touch Pro 2 (SERO)
  8. #8  
    PSYCHOTRON_CB's Avatar

    Posts
    172 Posts
    Global Posts
    169 Global Posts
    ROM
    stock rooted

    Default

    yea I don't think that's right but hell it better not be lol
  9. #9  

    Default

    well since sprint said coming this summer and 9/30 is fall... that makes no sense, definetely not a reliable source.
  10. #10  
    aaron333's Avatar

    Posts
    9 Posts
    Global Posts
    22 Global Posts

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by lookngood18 View Post
    So you don't feel like its a reliable source? I sure as helll hope it's not.
    Are you sure that you arent the owner of that website?
  11. #11  

    Default

    Hopefully sooner than that...I've been holding out for one but if it's not coming until September I'd rather just go with something else...
  12. Thread Author  Thread Author    #12  

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by aaron333 View Post
    Are you sure that you arent the owner of that website?
    no.. but at least you TRIED to be funny.
  13. #13  
    Averix's Avatar

    Posts
    647 Posts
    ROM
    Stock on most

    Default

    So HTC did their 2011 Q1 results call last night. I didn't listen to it, but the link is below. Electronista says HTC mentioned "The company also had aggressive expectations for the spring. Expectations were that it would ship 11 million devices led by its two dual-core smartphones, the Evo 3D and Sensation"

    Hmmm, HTC call saying spring expectations for EVO 3D... I think the September date can be dropped now.

  14. #14  

    Default

    Ah, Spring now? I guess early June really is possible!
  15. #15  

    Default

    They have real, functional units that people have held and demoed. There's no reason they'd push off the launch so far after introducing it, and September makes no sense at all.

    This phone will be out in June at the latest.
  16. #16  

    Default

    Don't forget that Google released Android 2.3.4 yesterday, with video conferencing native. HTC may want to include that on the phone, which could necessitate a delay to make sure that Sense 3.0 and the dual core processor work with it. Gingerbread does NOT run Qualcomm's dual core processors native, but 2.3.4 apparently WILL run Samsung's dual cores native, so HTC has to make sure their drives work with teh new OS...according to Computer World anyways.
  17. #17  

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by Richard1864 View Post
    Don't forget that Google released Android 2.3.4 yesterday, with video conferencing native. HTC may want to include that on the phone, which could necessitate a delay to make sure that Sense 3.0 and the dual core processor work with it. Gingerbread does NOT run Qualcomm's dual core processors native, but 2.3.4 apparently WILL run Samsung's dual cores native, so HTC has to make sure their drives work with teh new OS...according to Computer World anyways.
    I HIGHLY doubt that. HTC's releasing the flyer with gingerbread instead of Honeycomb! not a snowballs chance in hell they would delay the Evo 3D for an X.X.something update lol.
  18. #18  
    Averix's Avatar

    Posts
    647 Posts
    ROM
    Stock on most

    Default

    Quote Originally Posted by sprinttouch View Post
    I HIGHLY doubt that. HTC's releasing the flyer with gingerbread instead of Honeycomb! not a snowballs chance in hell they would delay the Evo 3D for an X.X.something update lol.
    Most normal humans have no clue what 2.3.x is vs 2.2.x. HTC won't delay the release of the 3D for that. They may do an update later of course.

Posting Permissions

B