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LG Optimus 3D Max wont be coming to the UK.

Just lately we seem to be showcasing a whole host of Android phones that we've previously got excited over, especially as the juicy gossip emerged from CES and MWC earlier this year. It seems that our excitement regarding LG Optimus 3G Max was a smidgen premature, as further news concerning release dates have yet again left the UK out in the cold.

Polaroid glassless 3D Android tablet.

Polaroid announced its Smart Camera at CES earlier this year, amidst confusion as to whether it was actually a camera phone or simply a camera with access to Android apps. At the same time there were whispers of a Polaroid Android tablet on the horizon. Now it seems that Polaroid are indeed poised to unleash a 10 inch Android tablet into the UK market, although this tablet brings something special to consumers, glassless 3D!

Is LG 3D Max on its way?

There have only been two glassless 3D Android handsets to date, HTC Evo 3D and LG Optimus 3D respectively. Although this was exciting news in Q1 2011, the smartphones were not the runaway success that LG and HTC may have hoped for. Even so, there is a hint that we will be hearing about a second generation 3D LG Android phone very soon. Reports claim that LG Optimus 3D's successor will drop 'Optimus' from its name and simply be called LG 3D Max (CX2).

Aigo 3D Pad, Android tablet.

2011 brought us our first taste of 3D technology on Android devices. Not only did we get our first serving of Android 3D, it was glassless too! It should, in theory, have been as exciting as a Dominos pizza is to many of us, but in reality went down more like a spoonful of castor oil.

Scroll Excel 7 inch Android tablet.

Storage Options may be a little known UK company in the world of Android, but they are a technology company and they have a few affordable Android tablets under their belt. Scroll Excel 7 inch Android tablet has a special talent too! It can stream content via a HDMI lead connected to a compatible TV, in either 3D or HD. Not bad for an affordable tablet.

HTC Evo 3D.

HTC Evo 3D was, until very recently, only available in a select amount of online shops, and not on contract either. Not anymore! Now you'll be thrilled to know it's fully unleashed in the UK, in all the places you expect it to be, with options on contract and handset only, sim-free.

HTC Evo 3D.

Ok folks, the waiting game of the past few months is over, at last! Vodafone may have dropped HTC Evo 3D due to its tardiness, but no fear, Heavenly Android has found the places that are the first to stock this long awaited android. You may now take your credit card from your wallet/purse, close your eyes, and prepare to part with £500. HTC Evo 3D is ready and waiting, at least in a select amount of online shops.

LG Optimus Pad.

There may still be a select few confused individuals floating around, who presume, both wrongly and rightly, that LG Optimus Pad is 3D. To clear up any remaining confusion, LG Optimus 3D android phone is 3D through and through, unlike its cousin we're discussing here, which is half and half.


The UK has been anticipating the arrival of HTC Evo 3D for a large portion of 2011, with Vodafone expected to be the first place to offer this phone. Earlier today Vodafone announced that due to delays with HTC Evo 3D's launch date, it will no longer be included in its smartphone range.


As many of you may have gathered by now, HTC Evo 3D is due any day now, available first through Vodafone!

If you are itching to get your Android hands on the very first 3D offering from HTC, it pays to be vigilant. To guarantee that you don't miss the boat and give yourself a longer wait in the possibly infinite queue, why not sign up with Heavenly Android and get an email alert the second that HTC Evo 3D is here?

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