The 3D technology has taken a new leap with HTC EVO before which it was restricted to the big screens. Overwhelming yet inexplicable, spectacular but maddening; the HTC EVO 3D is a real cool phone if you operate it with a bit of tolerance level. Moreover, this phone is for the daring beginners who want to enter into the world of 3D world instead of the masses. Well, did you know that this 3D phone is the first glasses-free handset in America? Let us explore this phone in detail!
HTC EVO 3D Specifications
Taller than EVO 4G and slimmer than its predecessor, HTC EVO 3D comes with a dual-core processor of 1.2GHz, 1 GB RAM, Android Gingerbread v2.3 operating system, MicroUSB slot with 8-GB card of Class 4, and 1 GB of storage capacity. As a result, EVO 3D is the faster model for most tasks, particularly the gaming. In terms of hardware design, it closely resembles the HTC Sensation with the exception being the front layout. Further, it works on O2 network, allows switching between 2D and 3D mode, and offers Bluetooth plus Wi-Fi. Finally, this 170g phone has the dimensions of 126 x 65 x 12.1 mm.
HTC EVO 3D Design, Display, Interface
The HTC EVO 3D looks like a high end gadget with its metallic layout and big screen enough to flatter the targeted people. Overall, it gives an outdated feel. However, you will be overwhelmed with its easy grip and texture offered by the diagonal lines at the back. Talking about the screen, it is a 3D LCD capacitive touch screen of 4.3 inch with 540 x 960 pixel resolution. Made from plastic, the handset is slimmer (0.47”) to make it feel easy on hands.
The interface is the classical Android 2.3.3 Gingerbread that comes with speed upgrades and a few bug fixes along with HTC Sense plus SRS Virtual surround sound. You can also expect some novel interface tweaks such as easy word selection, faster copy/paste in a paragraph, and softly spacious keyboard with round characters. The HTC Sense v3.0 and skins offer a unique look and feel of controls and apps on the device.
The left edge contains only MicroUSB, while the right side bears the volume rocker, two-level shutter button, and camera mode switch. Along the top edge are the power button and 3.5mm headset jack.
It is true that the HTC EVO 3D is not as good as the other dual cores and that its 3D stills are of lower resolution. In-spite of this it impresses the masses with its power and phenomenal performance.
You can expect 5MP camera featuring the usual dual LED flash, multi touch input method, and video recording at 720p at 30 fps for meeting the requirements of 3D stills and videos. With 2560 x 1920 pixel resolution as well as secondary front camera of 1.3MP, you can enjoy both 2D/3D images and videos of high quality.
The 1730 mAh battery works well for 14 hours, but goes down faster with playback.
The loads of features make HTC EVO 3D a good choice for all those are looking for a 3D smartphone.