Update: Vodafone couldn’t shed any light on HTC discontinuing the device, but they said they’ll continue to sell it.
It was only mid-way through March that Vodafone got a hold of the HTC Desire Z and started to sell it in stores, now news out of online retailer Clove, in the UK, suggests that HTC have discontinued the Desire Z. Why would HTC want to discontinue a phone that isn’t even a year old? The only good reason would be lackluster sales, which could be indeed be it seeing as though there wasn’t a massive push of the device here in Australia and I suspect the same elsewhere in the world. When Chris reviewed the device, he didn’t seem to have any major problems with it, so there wasn’t any massive flaws holding it back. There’s no word as to whether or not the T-Mobile G2 in the US will also be discontinued. We’ve reached out to Voda for some more info.