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HTC Shift finally ships in Europe, still nowhere to be found in the US

Ryan Block
February 11, 2008
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The oft-postponed HTC Shift is finally hitting Europe today, about two months later than expected after the update we got in December, and even further from its original November 2007 release date. If you're out that way, you can snag yourself one in Spain through Telefonica, UK through Orange, and, in the near future, Italy through TIM -- all for €1,199 (~$1,750 US). As for us in the US of delay? The wait continues.

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