In somewhat of a surprise move Vodafone has revealed that it plans to discontinue the newly-released HTC Sensation XL, hinting that the network could be making room for the Taiwanese firm’s upcoming flagship.
We’re somewhat shocked by Vodafone’s decision, as HTC recently confirmed that the device would be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich. Still, this is yet another clue that Vodafone is planning to offer the firm’s upcoming quad-core HTC Endeavour, which is expected to get official at Mobile World Congress. If mooted specs are anything to go by the handset will arrive touting; Android 4.0, a 4.7-inch HD touchscreen, an 8 megapixel camera, Beats Audio tech and HTC’s upcoming Spotify rival.
Oddly-enough, Vodafone has also added the Nokia C3 and Samsung Galaxy Mini to its end of line devices, both which are expected to get a sequel in Barcelona in the form of the Nokia 303 and Samsung Galaxy Mini 2, respectively. The BlackBerry Torch 9810 is also going to be seeing a premature death on the crimson-coloured network, Vodafone has revealed, following reports that RIM’s BB7 devices have struggled to sell here in Blighty.