The HTC EVO 3D Steps Out Into the Real World


on March 25, 2011   |   1 comment

After weeks of rumors about how the HTC EVO 3D captures three-dimensional photos and videos and plays back without the need to use special 3D glasses, we finally have details about the specifications of Sprint’s newest 4G phone.

Unveiled at CTIA on Tuesday, this WiMax-ready phone is obviously leading the line of impressive Androids. Standard features include Android 2.3 Gingerbread software, 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor, simultaneous voice and data and mobile hotspot capability for up to 8 devices.

The 4.3-inch screen has a special 3D qHD (960 x 540 pixels) stereoscopic display that does not require special eyewear to experience the perspectives. The dual 5-megapixel cameras take still photos and video. With a RAM size of 1GB and a 4GB microSD included, storing high definition media should be no problem.

The HTC EVO 3D is exclusively available for Sprint and compatible with both Sprint’s EVDO 3G network and WiMax 4G network. With retail availability set for June of this year, this smartphone could be facing competition from the iPhone 5, assuming Apple follows their usual release pattern.

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