Sam's Club outlets to each have double-digit inventory of the HTC EVO 3D for Friday's launch

Sam's Club outlets to each have double-digit inventory of the HTC EVO 3D for Friday's launch
Suppose all of the obvious places to look for the HTC EVO 3D are sold out Friday and you haven't pre-ordered the device. Where can you go to snare the handset that allows you to record 3D video and take 3D snapshots? How about trying Sam's Club? The membership warehouse club not only will be offering the phone starting Friday, but each location is supposed to start the day with a double-digit inventory of the model, according to a Android Central reader who happened to be in the store on Thursday and snapped a couple of pictures of the HTC EVO 3D.

Sam's Club has yet to price the HTC EVO 3D, but out of all the locations where you might find the phone on Friday, Sam's Club might be the best place to find a nice haircut on the $199.99 2-year contract price of the device. Of course, a double-digit inventory could also be gone in seconds so this doesn't mean that you can lounge around in your robe all day, munching on Chex Mix until you decide at 7PM to run out and buy the HTC EVO 3D. You might still need to get up a bit early to make sure that you get your worm.

source: AndroidCentral

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  • Camera 5 MP (Dual-lens (3D))
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  • Battery 1730 mAh
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2. pookinawa unregistered

I work for radioshack, and we have all recieved double digit amounts of this phone. some stores even recieved close to 200 of them for launch,.

1. bayhuy

Posts: 320; Member since: Jun 23, 2011

Please, come to Europe, EVO !

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