Thursday , June 29 2017

HTC Legend slowly being killed worldwide due to AMOLED & chip shortages

I think we’re all mostly aware of the AMOLED shortage taking place worldwide, and we’ve seen some of the mild effects . But now the shortage has seen Bell (Candian Carrier) completely kill off the device, mainly due to the shortage but also a chip shortage as well. Although Bell is the first and only carrier to do this, so far, we wouldn’t be surprised to see it happen across more carriers, including Vodafone, who have had their fair share of low/no stock.

 
Source: Engadget.

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Valued Guest

Buzz did you not get my email about this last week?

Buzz Moody
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Indeed I did, which allows me to reiterate how bad my webmail server appears to be. Can’t wait to move to a VPS.

Valued Guest

I’m pretty sure SE hinted there would be more Xperia phones coming our way in Q3 so i would expect it.

Buzz Moody
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But is it heading to AU

Valued Guest

no worries, well instead of emailing you here is some new news. X8 specs have noe been outed..

http://www.engadget.com/2010/08/24/fcc-cracks-open-sonys-xperia-x8-posts-users-manual-and-reveal/

Edgeman
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Edgeman

I’d love to see a new version with all the smarts of the Evo in the sleek aluminium styled shell of the legend.

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