By Brandon Miniman | March 24, 2011 10:55 AM
Today at CTIA Sprint unveiled the very significant HTC EVO 3D smartphone. It’s HTC’s first phone to feature 3D, as well as their first greater-than-WVGA resolution device, sporting a qHD 960×540 display. Adding to the list of firsts, the EVO 3D is HTC’s first dual-core device, sporting two 1.2GHz cores on a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip.
In this hands-on video, we get to see the a new version of HTC Sense which features a translucent bottom bar, plus new homescreen animations. You also get some revamped widgets, like weather, stocks, music, and much more. Essentially, the entire Sense UI has been redone for the higher qHD resolution. Once we get some more quality hands-on time with the EVO 3D, we’ll be taking a much closer look at the new features of HTC Sense for Android.