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has confirmed that the HTC EVO 3D will get a launch outside of the US, with the GSM version of the glasses-free 3D smartphone apparently keeping the same name for its European debut. According to the tweet, no launch date for the dual-core handset has been confirmed. Still, we're legitimately excited about the EVO 3D, and not particularly because of the autostereoscopic 3D capabilities. Instead it's the 1.2GHz dual-core processor and qHD resolution display that have us keen, both making their debut on HTC devices. Of course, that's not to say that the ability to shoot 3D photos with the EVO 3D's dual 5-megapixel camera array isn't interesting, it's just that we still need a little convincing about 3D photography. More on the HTC EVO 3D in our hands-on report here. HTC EVO 3D hands-on: [vms 34dada217712d76f3d51] [via Smartdroid.de]
HTC EVO 3D this week you are probably as excited as us about this device. A beast by any measure coming to Sprint soon. The link above mentions all the specs so I'll spare all of that other than mentioning that it will probably sell as many or more than it's younger brother. This story we bring you news about the kickstand everyone loved on the EVO 4G. Sadly it will not be present on the 3D.
here. The HTC Evo 3D will be available through Sprint later this summer. [youtube JSuD45mRl_o]
HTC EVO View 4G tablet and HTC EVO 3D smartphone have been previewed on the company's own site, with a little promotional URL fiddling revealing pre-interest pages for both devices. No official specifications have been given, but we already know plenty about these two models. The HTC EVO View 4G is Sprint's version of the HTC Flyer, with a 1.5GHz single-core processor, 7-inch display and a special active stylus for handwriting recognition. It will also include 4G WiMAX connectivity, and has a new black casing rather than the GSM version's white finish. As for the HTC EVO 3D, that's expected to have a 1.2GHz dual-core processor and be capable of showing 3D images on a glasses-free display. Full specs here. [via Engadget]