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Hands On With HTC Evo 3D On Sprint

Today at the Sprint event HTC was a huge presence. In fact, the only company showcasing anything at the Sprint event was HTC. The Evo 3D was among one of two devices announced, the other being the HTC View but that’s another story.

The HTC Evo 3D is a 4G device, and is branded Evo device, but isn’t really a follow-up to the Evo. This phone is something entirely different, much like the Shift. This phone focuses mainly on putting a cutting-edge 3D experience to the mobile industry, hence Evo “3D”. The Evo 3D has a QHD display, which has “glassesless” 3D in different applications and effects on the device. Also on the back of the phone there are two 5mp cameras which allow you to snap photos and record video in 3D. The device does photography and videos in both 3D and 2D every time, and you can use HDMI-out to a 3D tv or any tv with an HDMI port.

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The Evo 3D has updated specs as well. I previously mentioned the device has an updated QHD screen, and it also has some pretty impressive computing specs. This phone is packing a 1.2 ghz dual-core processor, and for all of you wondering that is two separate 1.2 ghz processors. On top of that the phone features a 1.3 mp front facing camera for all of you avid video chatters.

With all of this, the Evo 3D is shaping up to be a pretty sweet device. Being the first HTC device to incorporate 3D, and the first HTC phone to have a dual-core processor, this device will likely sell well. First though, people have to get used to the idea of 3D being mobile. Check the video below for a hands on with the Evo 3D.

about the writer: Elijah Ketchum is a 16 year old sophomore in High School in Cincinnati OH. His Android experience started with the Motorola Droid. He enjoys everything about Android and convincing his iPhone fan boy classmates to switch. He recently convinced his father, a long term Blackberry user to switch to a Motorola Droid X. Like Elijah’s writing? Have questions? email and follow him on Twitter @ElijahIsMe

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