First lets get out the way with what the EVO 3D is – last we heard of it, it was earlier this month and a couple of 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.

This phone, if the report is correct, will have a 960 x 540 pixel resolution qHD display of unknown dimensions and is currently being tested running Android 2.3.2 Gingerbread. This device, now also known as model number PG86100, is running an Adreno 220 GPU, and again, as Blog of Mobile notes, based on wireless standard and timing of the release, will feature a 1.2GHz dual-core MSM8660 Snapdragon.

That’s quite the intuition!

Our question is – will it resemble the rest of the HTC team coming out this spring, and will it be a re-branded version of one of the phones we saw in Barcelona? Either way, it’s an HTC phone, and we’re pretty pumped up. See you at CTIA for the real answers.

[via PocketNow]