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rather interesting coincidences pointed directly at a phone by that name being released on Sprint, quite possibly to be revealed officially at CTIA 2011, which incidentally, we will be at with bells on. So what are we looking at today? The lovely GLBenchmark, a place where people can self-report statistics they've retrieved using their GLBenchmark app, has just racked up a brand new device without he name HTC Shooter, and the folks at "Blog of Mobile" have decided that it's probably just the 3D phone we're looking for.
Engadget was tipped anonymously on several new phones including an EVO View, Nexus S 4G, and EVO 3D - now we've got some extra clues that might just thread the needle.
talk of the town this weekend is that Sprint is rumored to be launching a new tablet based on the EVO line of Android handsets. The EVO View is likely to come with a dual core Tegra 2 dual core processor and could be a CDMA version of the HTC Flyer. In addition, Sprint is looking to add 3D to it's next generation EVO cellphones which will be aptly named the EVO 3D. And it may even run on 4G.
HTC EVO 4G LTE, Best Buy has updated their outlook for the new superphone with... nothing. The EVO 4G LTE along with the latter shipments of AT&T's HTC One X are both in limbo after being impounded in US customs by the ITC, which is conducting an investigation to see if the devices comply with a ruling on an Apple software patent made back in December.
CTIA in New Orleans.
Samsung no doubt makes some of the best Android smartphones and tablets available. Their new flagship, the Galaxy S III has seen a rumor or two suggesting 3D capabilities with dual-cameras and glasses-free 3D displays. The entire thought of 3D might sound like a good idea to some, and a bad one to others. Today Samsung has squashed that rumor and put their foot down.
ETnews. The phone is likely strutting its three-dimensional stuff prior to an official debut at Mobile World Congress. According to the leak, the new screen greatly improves both the 3D effect and legibility, thanks to an IPS-based screen.