HTC Rhyme, and immediately you wanted one for yourself just with a more powerful smartphone. Usually I wouldn't post just because a new color is available but common, purple (plum) is just the best color on a smartphone I think I've ever seen. That and Amazon has the awesome dual-core EVO 3D for just $50 in the new beautiful color.
Tagged: HTC Evo 3D
finally made it's way to the states through the Now network, and the sign-up page is already live over at AT&T! T-Mobile has specs confirmed for its own device but sporting a 1.5GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor opposed to the 1.2GHz Samsung Exynos. If you are looking to see an in-depth benchmark comparison of the Galaxy S II Epic 4G Touch and international Galaxy S II, then head over here for the showdown. Finally, you will be pleased to hear Samsung has already released the Epic 4G Touch kernel source to the public! Let the modifications begin.
LG Optimus 3D or HTC EVO 3D were first but it was in fact Sharp a long time ago with the announcement back in November, 2010. They later released that phone in May of this year well ahead of LG or HTC and now we are starting to see images of their next creation.
HTC first revealed that they'd be working closer with the 3rd party developer community, allowing the world the ability to unlock their device's bootloaders, resulting in the ability to hack the wave fantastic. Over at the HTCDEV webpage you're not able to see every single version of the HTC Sensation, including the Euro version, T-Mobile USA, Turkey, Arabic, and yes, even the Bouygues Telecom version. This along with the HTC EVO 3D make up the entirety of the unlockable bootloader library at HTCDEV. Will you unlock?
HTC EVO 3D come September 9th, and it will be dressed in White. We saw the original EVO 4G get a similar make over but the entire device wasn't changed and mainly just the back cover. This time around the entire phone will get spiced up, that includes the camera bezels and everything. What do you think?
HTCdev.com you need to be running the latest OTA for the HTC EVO 3D that has just started hitting phones this morning. Yes this is still exciting news because just as HTC promised users can now unlock their EVO 3D bootloaders using the easy and simple web based tool.
HTCdev.com, the same place you may have discovered and signed up at approximately one year ago when the site itself first popped up. What HTCdev will be now is a central online location for HTC developer engagement and growth, one place for all HTC-specific developers to speak with one another and grow using each-others ideas and helping one another work for a better HTC future.
HTC EVO 3D will not begin until September 2011, HTC has confirmed. The GSM model - announced back in late June - was originally expected to go on sale in Europe in July, offering a UMTS/HSPA version of the CDMA handset that launched in the US last month. HTC UK revealed the delay to our sister site SlashGear. "We can confirm that the HTC EVO 3D will be available to UK customers through Carphone Warehouse from September 2011" a spokesperson said; the news comes shortly after UK carrier Vodafone revealed it no longer planned to range the EVO 3D due to concerns over device delays. No reason for the delay has been given, though we're presuming it has to do with the GSM radio in the EVO 3D since the CDMA version is already available now. The smartphone is HTC's first to use a glasses-free 3D display, with a twin 5-megapixel camera array on the back so that owners can shoot their own photos and video. [device id=146]
Vodafone has confirmed that it has dropped the HTC EVO 3D from its line-up, after continued delays in the glasses-free 3D smartphone's availability. Speaking to a Vodafone spokesperson today, Android Community was told that the carrier had decided that, given the devices it currently offers and those it has in the pipeline, and that "due to delays to the launch of the device" it felt the EVO 3D was no longer required. Those customers who had already pre-registered their interest in the EVO 3D on Vodafone will be contacted and the decision not to range it explained. The handset has already been removed from the Vodafone "Coming Soon" page. "We realise this will come as a disappointment to some people but we already offer some fantastic phones, like the HTC Sensation and Galaxy S2, with some really exciting handsets in the pipeline" the Vodafone spokesperson told us, "and we'll continue to focus on bringing the latest and greatest smartphones to Vodafone customers." While the EVO 3D went on sale in the US on June 24, having been initially announced back at CTIA 2011 in March 2011, European sales of the GSM variant are yet to begin. HTC confirmed it would be offering the device in GSM form back at the end of June.