The world of content is always changing, and it seems like cell phones are rushing to take advantage of all of these changes. In order to stay interesting to the public, cell phone makers have to make sure that the next wave of phones is always more interesting than the last. That’s a tough act to keep up with, but we think that they do pretty okay so far.
What phone are we talking about now? Well, if you’re interested in the Sprint side of things, we have to mention the HTC Evo 3D.
Is this going to be a high end phone? Definitely. Is it going to necessarily be on par with the Galaxy series or other phones in that class? We’ll let you be the judge of that.
This phone has a lot of “firsts” going for it. It’s the first 3D smartphone released to the US market, and it’s also one of the first phones to run the HTC Sense 3.0 user interface. A lot of people have had pretty high expectations of what this phone should be like so let’s get down into the specs to really see what’s going on under the hood, shall we?
When you look at the phone, you might not be sure what’s so special about it. However, when you turn on the phone, that all changes.
The front of the phone starts revealing what’s really going on here. You will have a 4.3-inch display at qHD resolution. For those that aren’t in the loop, that’s a resolution of 540×960. That’s HUGE compared to the classic 480×800, and the extra space makes a difference. You’re going to have more pixels on the screen, which will make all of your images and graphics a lot sharper. It should also be harder to notice those individual dots on the screen.
You’ll see the 1.3MP front-facing camera, as well as the earpiece.
When you flip the phone over, that’s when you’re going to get to the 3D capability. It’s displayed in the form of double cameras that work together to render 3D content you’re viewing. Both cameras are 5MP, which means image size is going to be pretty decent.