Just a few days ago we saw HTC swap out some images of the Sprint HTC EVO 3D in favor of a slightly different back design, confirming our earlier suspicions that we’d see an international GSM version of the device. Now thanks to 911sniper we have a more detailed look at what the international version brings to the table, including a large list of carrier support.

Specifications remain largely the same, with the international version dropping support for WiMax. The cellular modem supports HSPA with speeds of HSDPA Category 10 (14.4Mbps) downstream and HSUPA Category 6 (5.76Mbps) upstream. Configurations are included for the following carriers:

  • C&W – UK
  • Cosmote – Greece
  • EMT – Estonia
  • Euskaltel – Spain
  • Movistar – Spain
  • MTN – South Africa
  • Optimus – Portugal
  • Orange – Poland, Spain
  • Proximus – Belgium
  • SFR – France
  • Symio – Spain
  • TDC – Denmark
  • Tele2 – Sweden
  • Telecable – Spain
  • Telia – Sweden
  • Telenor – Denmark, Norway, Sweden
  • Telekom – South Africa
  • Three Australia, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden
  • TIM – Italy
  • TMN – Portugal
  • Wind – Greece, Italy
  • Vodacom – South Africa
  • Vodafone – Greece, Portugal, Netherlands, Spain
  • Yoigo – Spain

Availability is unknown but won’t be too far away with the ROM being finalized, support for various carriers ready, and updated product imagery being posted.

Source: 911sniper

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