By Daniel Webster | July 17, 2011 8:22 PM
As one of the first Android 3D smartphones available in the States, the EVO 3D, is not only relying on this key feature to appeal to the masses. The HTC EVO 3D also has some other appealing hardware that any techno-naught will appreciate.
The biggest selling feature is of course the no glasses 3D screen and even with the 3D turned off the screen is still impressive. The 4.3 inch qHD LCD is behind a glass capacitive multi-touch digitizer. Giving life to the EVO 3D is a 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor that HTC has combined with a capacious 1GB of RAM. The internal ROM is 4GB and the auxiliary memory comes from the 8GB microSD card which is expandable up to 32GB. Combined to make the EVO 3D truly 3D is the dual 5MP cameras on the rear with dual LED flash, capturing 3D still at 2MP resolution and 3D video at 720p HD. The front facing camera is able to capture video and still up to 1.3MP. The battery is a 1730mAh lithium-ion which Sprint states will provide up to 6 hours of talk time.
The radios keeping the EVO 3D connected are CDMA 800/1900 along with the ability to connect to Sprint’s WiMax 4G service, Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0, assisted GPS, and an FM radio. The sensors include a light, proximity, accelerometer, and a digital compass. Dual microphones provide noise cancellation for the stereo speakerphone. The EVO 3D also has a microUSB 2.0 port that doubles as MHL video out (720p HD), and also has a 3.5mm headset jack.
Stay tuned for the software and final reviews coming up next and check out the unboxing video if it was missed.