Vodafone’s just sent us through confirmed pricing for the HTC EVO 3D, so we can now see how it stacks up against Telstra’s already announced prices.
We’ve known for a while now that Telstra’s one of the carriers that’ll be offering HTC’s take on 3D-enabled Android smartphones. The carrier’s just told us when it’ll be releasing the phone, as well as what goodies you’ll get with it.
HTC took to their Facebook page to say they’re looking into allowing bootloading (the installation of custom ROMs) on its EVO 3D, Sensation, Incredible S and Thunderbolt phones. With Android meant to be “open source”, their decision has angered many.