HTC Evo 3D: 4G Thrust into the 3D
Taiwanese cellular phone manufacturer HTC Firm introduced the HTC Evo 3D was introduced on June 24, 2011. Accessible exclusively for your Sprint/Nextel network, the smartphone could be the immediate successor to the HTC Evo 4G. Although it uses the exact it super-fast 4G network as its predecessor, the Evo 3D is so referred to as because HTC added three-dimensional picture and video aid on a device.
The defining trademark on the HTC Evo 3D is its touch screen. Measuring 4.3 inches diagonally, the screen uses a quarter with the display top quality utilized by high-definition televisions, having a resolution of 960 by 540 pixels. Another notable feature of the touch screen stands out as the ability to view images and video in 3D type without the need of the need for stereoscopic glasses.
Another prominent trademark of the Evo 3D is its collection of cameras. A couple of 5-megapixel cameras are positioned at the phone's rear. Possessing autofocus and dual light-emitting diode (LED) flash, the cameras not just eat pictures, but can also stream 3D videos into a 3D television set. Moreover, they accommodate an immensely high display resolution, at 2,560 by 1,920 pixels. A third, 1.3-MP camera is placed at the front on the Evo 3D for video chats and geo-tagging.
The HTC Evo 3D runs on a Android 2.3 operating system, which enables the downloading of apps within the Android Industry on-line store. The dual-core 1.2 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8660 processor provides fast response for ones phone, although the Adreno 220 graphics processing unit handles the phone's video capabilities. Each Evo 3D comes with One GB of facts storage space. However, users can expand it up to 32 GB by utilizing its microSD card slot.
Customers can download files wirelessly with the Evo 3D's Wi-Fi capabilities at any offered Wi-Fi hotspot. The smartphone also comes with Bluetooth technology, which permits users to exchange music and videos with other Bluetooth-enabled devices including very own computers or other smartphones.
Regarding sound, the Evo 3D provides a loudspeaker to get rid of the must press the phone on the ear during calls. A 3.5-millimeter jack is included to plug in headphones and eat full advantage of the SRS virtual surround sound quality. That is specifically good for listening to the built-in FM radio or the audio player, which supports MP3, Windows Media Audio (WMA), Advanced Audio Coding (AAC) and WAV files.
Each HTC Evo 3D includes a typical lithium-ion battery. Maximum stand-by time and talk time is measured at close to 420 hours and 7 hours 45 minutes, respectively.
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