GSM version of the HTC EVO 3D with T-Mobile AWS frequencies visits the FCC

GSM version of the HTC EVO 3D with T-Mobile AWS frequencies visits the FCC
Just last Friday, the HTC EVO 3D was launched by Sprint and already it would seem that a GSM variant is being prepped to be launched on T-Mobile. The handset was spotted recently visiting the suits at the FCC wearing T-Mobile's AWS bands. This, of course, does not guarantee that we will seen the 3D enabled device in the window of the nation's fourth largest carrier, but it does bring up some interesting possibilities for those T-Mobile customers with a phone upgrade calling their name.

If a GSM EVO 3D does make it to T-Mobile, how will it do against its stablemate, the HTC Sensation 4G? Cannibalism, anyone? Or will the EVO 3D be seen at T-Mobile as a Sensation 4G wannabe with gimmicky 3D functionality? Will the LG G2x, currently not available online, be cleansed of all bugs and challenge a T-Mobile version of the EVO 3D by recapturing the excitement that its dual-core speed presented before its launch? While it's great to think about all of this, the truth is that we still need to see T-Mobile actually come out and introduce the HTC EVO 3D before we get carried away.

source: TmoNews

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2. GusRandall unregistered

What I hope is that the reverse happens - that the Sensation 4G is made available on Sprint. Don't like the giant 3D camera module nor the more limited camera functionality of the Evo 3D.

3. Galen20K

Posts: 581; Member since: Dec 26, 2008

I don't want the Evo 3D, I'm quite happy with the Sensation.

4. Thump3rDX17

Posts: 2160; Member since: May 10, 2010

this is highly unlikely.

5. DUH unregistered

I would rather see the LG Optimus 3d before the Evo 3d.

6. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

it depends. Does the evo3d have the same rediculous iphone4 like antenna issues that the sensation does? If it does, then it wont replace the sensation, if it doesnt then it just might.

7. luis_lopez_351

Posts: 951; Member since: Nov 18, 2010

At first i thought, Maybe for T-Mo UK but then its going through U.S. FCC. Hmmm. Maybe its a multi-carrier phone like the Nexus S

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