If you haven’t heard, the HTC EVO 3D, the follow up to the successful EVO 4G is set to be released on June 24th on the Sprint network. Target stores are offering a pre-order on the 3D starting June 6th. What perk’scome with a pre-order at Target? First off Target is offering a trade in allowance of $150 for trading in your EVO 4G when upgrading to the 3D. Also Target REDcard holders can save a additional 5% on their purchase of a EVO 3D. This is a in store only offer and users must sign up for a new 2 year agreement withSprint to recieve all offers.
Sprint EVO 3D Pre-Orders Start Today at Target Mobile!
The exciting new Sprint HTC EVO 3D phone is coming to select Target Mobile centers! Pre-orders start at select centers on June 6, with the official launch on June 24.
The HTC EVO 3D Phone withthe Android 2.3 OS sees the world like you do – in 3D! Now photos can have as much depth as the moment itself! The HTC EVO 3D captures photos and videos in 3D, plus they can be viewed without special glasses. The stunning 4.3-inch qHD display gives crisp websites, vivid images and incredibly fluid videos and will be available for $199.99. The phone also offers:
· Active lockscreen: A lockscreen with zero steps to access info and tasks.
· Homescreen withricher content: New visual design provides you with more information and live updates.
· Faster browsing: Better browsing with a fast dual-core processor and the latest Flash player.
· HTC Watch: Watch on-demand Hollywood movies across multiple HTC devices.
Through Target’s Electronic Trade-in service, guests can trade in a working EVO 4G to receive $150 towards the purchase of an EVO 3D on June 24. To save even more, guests that shop with a Target REDcard® will receive 5 percent off their EVO 3D purchase.
In order to qualify for this in-store only offer, Target guests must a sign a two-year contract with Sprint.
- HTC EVO 3D launches on June 24th for $200, joined by EVO View 4G tablet at $400 (engadget.com)
- HTC EVO 3D Streets June 24 for $199 (phonescoop.com)
- HTC EVO 3D Now Available For Pre-Order From Wirefly For $179 (androidpolice.com)
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