HTC EVO 3D is making the jump to 3D even easier at $49.99 on-contract

HTC EVO 3D is making the jump to 3D even easier at $49.99 on-contract
Since arriving back in the early portion of the summer, the HTC EVO 3D has ushered in a new era with smartphones as it became the first handset in the US to successfully showcase the laurels of 3D. Naturally, the handset has received its fair share of price jobs already, but now it’s moving yet to its lowest price point to date.

Over at Wirefly, the almighty HTC EVO 3D is selling for the tantalizing 2-year contract price of $49.99 to new customers – something that gets you one feature filled handset with plenty of dreamy specs. Meanwhile, upgrade customers can still pick up the handset for the respectable price of $99.99. Complementing its overall greatness is the fact that it boasts a glass-free 3D display and dual-cameras in the rear to capture photos and videos in 3D. Furthermore, standard FedEx shipping is included with the limited promotion as well.

Even though it’s unknown how long this pricing will last, we’re sure that it won’t be long before we see this one get down to that even more attractive price of free. With fall looming on the horizon and a slew of new devices expected to launch, that free pricing for the HTC EVO 3D might be imminent.

source: Wirefly via Unwired View

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1. The_Miz

Posts: 1496; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

First. Even at $50, it's still not worth buying, which is true for most Android phones. Save your money and buy something else because HTC phones are horrible.

3. Lucas777

Posts: 2137; Member since: Jan 06, 2011

o god buddy... i am iOS/wp7 fan and certainly not an android fan, but get over urself... maybe it shut be free and maybe the price cut shows it isn't selling well, but thats what u shud say... right now u simply look like an ignorant iPhone fan which, sorry, doesn't help the "iPhone side" of things... please just keep stupid comments like that to urself... it is annoying

5. The_Miz

Posts: 1496; Member since: Apr 06, 2011

Why? it's a crappy phone at a reduced price, to which it is still a crappy phone.

6. busa03 unregistered

It looks like U don't sleep. Just waiting to post bulls**t like always. Get a Life dude.

7. CX3NT3_713

Posts: 2362; Member since: Apr 18, 2011

He spends his time dreaming of naked dudes and phones !!! Lol

12. Miz_Hater unregistered

So can you tell us what makes this a "crappy" phone? The price is only reduced on Wirefly and only for new contracts. Upgrades are $99.99 for the phone and that's what wirefly does, reduced pricing on phones set up through their website. Still selling strong at $199.99 from Sprint. And lets compare average user rating: iphone 4 - 3.86, Evo 3D - 4.68. People seem to like it.

11. thatoneguy.... unregistered

hahah its funny because the htc evo 3d is the best sealing device on sprint right now

2. Tmachaveli

Posts: 425; Member since: Apr 01, 2011

You really need some help hater

4. christianqwerty

Posts: 467; Member since: May 05, 2011

when is the iphone 4 going to be 50$

10. vantenkiest

Posts: 316; Member since: Apr 20, 2011

and its 2011 nothing wrong with being ***.. my neighbor and his boyfriend are both f**king rich bastards. ... and they have been together for 43 years.. thats longer than most marriges last .

9. vantenkiest

Posts: 316; Member since: Apr 20, 2011

So after the Flame war stops what do you all wanna do?

13. theBankRobber unregistered

This phone has no lag what so ever, this phones performs really well. Only problem with this phone is the GPU, its still weak. My wife tried playing a game from the market and it was a bad experience. Playing emus is not so great ether. But phone performance wise, its great. $50 is a great price for people to jump on.

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