HTC Thunderbolt Best Buy Release Date Delayed Even Further

I’m not quite sure just what is going on with the release of the Android 2.2 Froyo HTC Thunderbolt on the Verizon network, but that release date for the device seems to keep on slipping further back from the original expected release date.

Originally the HTC Thunderbolt was due release on Feb 24th, then Feb 28th and as we recently reported the release date slipped further to the 4th of March with Best Buy; however apparently that 4th of March has now changed again.

According to an article over on Android Community, they have been given an image, which shows that the release date for the HTC Thunderbolt on Best Buy Mobile is set at the 10th of March.

Thus it would appear that the official release date for the seeming ever delayed HTC Thunderbolt is indeed March 10th, going by the presumption that the picture is real of course, although the Android Community guys seem to come down on their tipsters side for being truthful.

So there you have it for what it’s worth, if you are hoping to snap up the HTC Thunderbolt on the 4th it looks like you’ll now have to wait a little longer.


One thought on “HTC Thunderbolt Best Buy Release Date Delayed Even Further”

  1. This is the most ridiculous i have ever seen Verizon Wireless act over a phone. I am getting turned off to the TB and Verizon all together because of this charade. I am a14 year customer and have had to endure all the years before they realized that smartphones would be the future. The had to put up with all the piece of crap initial offerings by Verizon, before coming across the Samsung Omnia. When the original Droid hit the market i was first in line and had to argue about getting an early upgrade. Then we had the BS of coming out with the Droid X. NOW THIS SH-T WITH THE FREAKING THUNDERBOLT, HTC APPARENTLY IS READY TO GO AND IS ALSO ANNOYED WITH VZW BECAUSE OF THE GAMES THEY ARE PLAYING. GIVE UP THE FREAKING PHONE VERIZON, IN THE END YOU ARE NOT THE ONE AND ONLY IN THE MARKET AND YOUR PRICES ARE STILL HIGHER THAN THE COMPETITION. EVER HEARD OF A LITTLE COMPANY CALLED SPRINT

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