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Prepare yourself for the ultimate mobile multimedia experience. The HTC EVO 3D brings you the ability to capture and view images or videos in 3D and share them at 4G speeds! This device is no joke. Offering consumers the ultimate glasses-free 3D experience and built with the Android 2.3(Gingerbread)operating system, the HTC EVO 3D is one powerful device!
The EVO 3D features a brilliant 4.3 inch QHD 3D display and a powerful 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon dual-core processor for an extremely snappy response time. The dual 5-megapixel rear cameras allow you to capture regular 2D photos, or high-quality 3D images and videos with the flip of a switch! You can also stream your 3D videos wirelessly to your 3D TV! And, of course they didn't forget a front facing camera for video chatting.
This device is completely customizable with the new HTC Sense user interface. The HTC EVO 3D comes preloaded with the Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) OS, which gives you access to thousands of apps through the Android Market. The HTC EVO 3D will truly amaze you!
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Sprint's HTC EVO 3D is a worthy upgrade to the EVO 4G.
Why should I get this phone? You want a powerful Android smartphone and like to have the latest features available.
In a nutshell: The HTC EVO 3D is a solid update to the HTC EVO 4G. Its faster, more powerful, and although it lacks the kickstand found on the EVO 4G, we hardly missed it.
At first glance, the HTC EVO 3D looks a lot like the HTC EVO 4G that came out last year. Once you turn the cell phone over its clear that HTC EVO 3D is a bit different since it doesnt have a kickstand and instead of one camera lens there are two. The reason for the two lenses on the back of the cell phone is so that you can shoot 3D videos and pictures. The back of the EVO 3D has another noteworthy change; the black rubberized casing has grooves on it to help keep it from sliding around on a slippery surface. We should also note that the lenses arent recessed so they may get scratched.
It's easy to make the switch from 2D to 3D.
If youre wondering how you view 3D images without the need for glasses the answer lies in the QHD display. Essentially, when viewing a 3D image or video the screen appears to have a coating on it thats similar to those found on holograms. If youre not a fan of this type of coating, no worries, since it only appears when in 3D mode. If youre using the cell phone for any other feature, the display is vibrant, sharp, and crisp.
Theres a touchscreen QWERTY keyboard with predictive text that can be used in both horizontal and vertical modes. If you prefer SWYPE, that keyboard is also available. Using the keyboard was acceptable, but we prefer using SWYPE as a method of text input. Overall, the cell phone feels good in the hand and its a bit lighter than the HTC EVO 4G.
Test your skills with the included Spider-Man 3D game
Operating System: The smartphone comes loaded with the Android 2.3 OS, sports a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, and has an 4GB of internal memory plus an 8GB microSD card pre-installed (Note: Youll need to remove the battery to switch out the microSD card). This all adds up to one speedy smartphone. You can switch between home screens and launch applications without delay. This also means video playback is smooth and seamless. Theres plenty of room to store files, music, and pictures out-of-the-box. It also supports multitasking and multiple screens with the ability to organize apps just about any way you want. Overall, the user interface is fairly straightforward and icon friendly. The main benefit of the Android 2.3 Ginerbread OS is an overall improved user experience. In short, everything on the phone is much smoother, slicker, and faster.
At the base of the screen are three quick launch buttons for Apps, Phone, and Personalization. There are seven home screens that are all customizable . Sprint has included a few apps on the cell phone such as the Spider-Man 3D game, Sprint Zone, Sprint TV & Movies, QIK Video, Nascar, and Transfer my Stuff app for migrating contacts, messages and more from an old phone to the HTC EVO 3D. It also has HTC Sense, an overlay that sits on top of the OS that adds more functionality and features to the cell phone. For starters, HTC Sense offers a slue of widgets to help customize the phones seven home screens.
The HTC EVO 3D sports two lenses on the back for capturing 3D images and video.
Photo taken at camera's highest setting.
Connectivity: The HTC EVO 3D works with Sprints 3G and 4G networks.
Battery Life: The HTC EVO 3D has a larger battery than the original HTC EVO 4G. As such, we found that battery life was slightly better. We were able to go a full day before needing to recharge the cell phone, when we had the cell phones screen set at full brightness and used it to check e-mail, surf the web, listen to music, play games, and take a few pictures.
Overall, the HTC EVO 3D is a solid smartphone and a worthy update to the HTC EVO 4G. The phones 1.2GHZ dual-core processor and Android 2.3 Gingerbread OS offer impressive performance, while the integration of the 3D functionality is a nice bonus feature that doesnt detract from the overall experience.
|Operating System Release Number||2.3|
|Cell Phone Design|
|Phone Style||Open Face/Bar|
|Dimensions (H x W x D)||5.0 x 2.6 x .48 in|
|Weight (w/standard battery)||6 oz.|
|Keyboard Type||Touchscreen Only|
|Screen Size||4.3 in.|
|Display||Super LCD 540x960 QHD resolution 3D display|
|Push To Talk (PTT)||No|
|Camera & Video Features|
|Front Camera Resolution||N/A|
|1080p HD Video||Yes|
|Cell Phone Specifications|
|Processor Speed||1.2 GHz (Dual Core)|
|Removable Memory Card - Type||Micro SD Card|
|Maximum Memory Card Capacity||32GB SDHC|
|Removable Memory Accessibility||Under Cover|
|Photo Caller ID||Yes|
|Expandable Memory Slot||MicroSD|
|External Volume Control||Yes|
|Service / Support||1 Year Warranty|
|Hearing Aid Compliance||M3/T3|
|Talk Time||Up to 7.5 hours|
|Standby Time||Up to 355 hours|
|Battery Milliamp (mAh) Hour||1730|
|Battery Type||Lithium Ion (Li-Ion)|
|Web Browser||Full HTML|
|USB Port Type||Micro-USB|
|Early Termination Fee|
|Early Termination Fee - Initial Amount||Up to $350/line for Advanced Devices & up to $200/line for other devices|
|Early Termination Fee - Monthly Declining Amount||$20 for Advanced Devices, for all other devices, the prorated ETF is calculated by taking the months remaining times $10|
Customer Rating: 3.8
by Kelvin -- April 17th 2012 -- Dundalk, MD
Very pleased thus far. Not a true Droid, but close enough
Customer Rating: 3.5
by Fran -- March 20th 2012 -- springfeild, IA
Difficult to use in a car. Even when on car mode. Battery life sucks when applications are running. Camera takes great pictures but blacks out sometimes which makes me unable to take any pictures.
Customer Rating: 5
by Catina Payne -- February 23rd 2012 -- Monroe, LA
Think it's great.
Customer Rating: 5
by Melissa Adams -- February 18th 2012 -- Weston, WV
I love my HTC Evo 3D. I was afraid I wouldnt like it all that well with everything being touch screen. But I love it. Its really easy to use. I even know how to take pics with it (and for me I'm cell phone illiterate). Great phone!!!!!!
Customer Rating: 3.8
by joe -- February 12th 2012 -- sanford, NC
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The reviewers over at Complex loved the Evo 3D, stating "The EVO 3D is Sprint’s best and most powerful phone right now. Yes, the 3D hogs the spotlight, and shows serious potential going into the future, but it’s the phone’s other hallmarks that make the EVO 3D a goliath." Read the full review to find out exactly why they liked it so much!
HTC's new 3D phone is turning heads and the folks over at Wired were impressed by the technical abilities and speed. Check out all they had to say in Wired's comprehensive review of the EVO 3D.
The official release date for the upcoming HTC EVO 3D smartphone has now been officially announced. It'll be available along with the HTC EVO View 4G tablet on June 24.
We've just put our paws on the EVO 3D for the first time, and what struck us immediately is that it's not as beefy, bulky, or overwhelming as the 4.3-inch display or specs might have you believe -- if you're familiar with the EVO 4G, you'll feel right at home here.
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