HTC Evo 3D

HTC EVO 3D, View 4G now up for Pre-Order at Sprint

It looks like Sprint is finally all set and ready to start pre-orders for the HTC EVO 3D. So for those waiting to get their hands on some glasses-free 3D action that time will be coming shortly. If you'd like to see the EVO 3D in action check out our sister site SlashGear doing a little hands-on with the next generation of the EVO.

HTC EVO 3D Available Today on Pre-Order, but it is a SECRET!

Don't tell anybody! There's a note being passed around that we just happen to have text from, one that's telling all the employees at Best Buy Mobile - aka the most fun part of the whole store, that they're able to speak of this pre-order only to people who ask about it specifically. If you say you might want to check out a different phone, you're out of luck! Have a look below at how you can reserve your HTC EVO 3D at a Best Buy today, and keep it a secret!

Android friend HTC passes Nokia and RIM in Market Cap

HTC devices like the Nexus One, EVO, and more like the Flyer have helped them fly past and exceed not only Nokia, but also RIMs market cap. This is good news for our devoted Android handset maker. Our source mentions they have grown over 30 times their value over the last 5 years to a whopping $33.88 billion. That is compared to Nokia's $32.85 bn, and RIM's slowly lowering $28.5 bn.

HTC announces April 12 press event

HTC has announced a UK press event on April 12, where it promises to show "what's next" in its range. Although HTC's invite is short on clues, the likeliest candidates for an unveil are the new HTC Pyramid dual-core smartphone, or the European version of the HTC EVO 3D which was officially announced for Sprint last week. However, they're not the only devices HTC has been rumored to be preparing. The company is also expected to announce two further Android tablets, this time running 3.0 Honeycomb on larger displays than that of the HTC Flyer. Of course, it could also be a new Windows Phone device, though rumors around Microsoft's OS have been a lot quieter than on the Android front. Let us know your predictions in the comments, and we'll be bringing back all the news from April 12! [via SlashGear]

European launch for HTC EVO 3D confirmed says HTC France

HTC France 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]

HTC EVO 3D and HTC EVO View 4G Accessories Rundown

Whilst taking a hands-on look at the devices Sprint had to offer at their first special event at CTIA 2011, we had a glance at what they'd have in stock for their big launch. The devices in question were the HTC EVO 3D and the HTC EVO View 4G, both of these Android devices and both of them ripe for the casing. The HTC EVO View 4G again is a handheld tablet with a stylus that's aka the USA version of the HTC Flyer first introduced at Mobile World Congress 2011. The HTC EVO 3D is a 3D capable handset comparable in size to the new HTC ThunderBolt (save for its lack of a kickstand and addition of a camera duo on the back.)

HTC EVO 3D Thickness Compared to HTC ThunderBolt in Photos

If there's one thing that's important about a phone, it's how thick it is. Yes, no matter how powerful a phone is, what its capabilities are, how much it costs, what carrier it's on, what part of the world it's distributed in, what color it is, who manufactures it, how big its display is, what kinds of outputs it's got, what kind of media it can access, or whether or not it can stand up with a built-in kickstand. No, it's the thickness. Or the thinness!

HTC EVO 3D design prevents kickstand, but we have you covered

If you are like us and saw the unveiling and showcase of the amazing looking 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.

HTC EVO 3D Ad released

HTC has released it's first commercial ad for the HTC Evo 3D. The ad takes the phone through it's video playback and record paces and features content bursting from the screen into the third dimension. It also mentions the wireless streaming to TV feature of the phone. The slogan ... glasses off, 3D on ... your mobile life in 3D. HTC and Sprint announced the Evo 3D at CTIA yesterday in Orlando Florida. It's killer feature is the ability to view 3D content without the need of those geek ridden 3D glasses. Using an autostereoscopic, 4.3-inch qHD display and powered by a dual core 1.25 Ghz Snapdragon processor, the Evo 3D not only allows users to view 3D content, but make it as well. It features twin 5MP rear facing cameras that can shoot 720p HD video at 30 frames per second in 3D. The Evo 3D runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) out of the box with the latest HTC Sense 4.0 overlay. It also enjoys on board apps like Yahoo 3D for uploading 3D content, and Blockbuster 3D, which allows users to purchase and rent both 2D and 3D content, and games as well. Check out our Hands-On here. The HTC Evo 3D will be available through Sprint later this summer. [youtube JSuD45mRl_o]
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