HTC Merge available from third-party retailers, not Verizon Wireless
A Verizon Wireless spokesperson has shed some light on the fate of the HTC Merge — an Android 2.2 handset first discovered last September. The device, which was officially announced by HTC in February, has fallen in and out of obscurity for months. Now, according to the latest report, users may finally get a chance to purchase the handset. Speaking with blog Phone Scoop, a Verizon representative explained, “The HTC Merge was approved for use on the Verizon Wireless network and is being sold by third party distributors, but not in Verizon Wireless stores.” The full-QWERTY smartphone also contains a SIM card slot — for use overseas — making it one of Verizon’s “world phones.” The company did not indicate if the handset would eventually make its way to Verizon’s retail outlets.
Posted on May 15, 2011, in Android, Gadgets, HTC, Mobile Phones/Tablets, News and tagged 2.2., android, Froyo, HTC, iPodRohan, Merge, Party, phone, representative, rohan sood, Sales, statement, stores, Third, verizon, Wireless, World. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.