HTC EVO 3D LTE prototype leaks in video

April 5, 2012
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Hot off the news yesterday that HTC will be releasing an HTC EVO 4G LTE for the Now Network later this year we now have something even better, if you like 3D of course. A prototype has been spotted of an unknown HTC device with dual cameras, but this is most likely the successor to the EVO 3D. We'll be calling this the HTC EVO 3D LTE for good measure.

Above is an image scoped out by the folks from The Verge showing what appears to be an HTC ONE device, similar to the EVO 4G LTE announced yesterday -- only this one is sporting what looks to be two 8 megapixel cameras on the back. Some might still feel that 3D is a gimmick, as do I, but if they could fit it all into a thin package and not compromise on image quality for regular use then why not. Check out the video

The video above is an "official" making of video for the HTC EVO 4G LTE that was just released and somehow no one managed to notice the phone in the photo up top. This looks very similar to other designs in the past, and follows right along the same design guidelines of both the new EVO LTE, and the old EVO 3D. Could this be the next HTC 3D capable device? Or is it just a prototype that happens to make a cameo in the video and we will never see it? Who knows but we'll have to wait and see.


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  • nuprotocol

    26sec in, thats the matte finish we all want instead of the 2tone. lol

    • http://www.androidcommunity.com Cory Gunther

       lol that and a name that doesn’t suck.

      HTC EVO 3D 4G LTE…. FTL

      • nuprotocol

        lollll so true. lol

      • Johannalexcruz

        Ya just like the Samsung Galaxy s2 epic 4g touch lol. Who comes up with these names?

      • XzVs

        Apparently it lost something in translation

      • Johannalexcruz

        Ya just like the Samsung Galaxy s2 epic 4g touch lol. Who comes up with these names?

  • Mushdagrt

    Until a company can actually get it right I will not be purchasing this tom foolery they are passing off as 3d on mobile devices….