Ok, so maybe I’m way off base, but this is the first 3D phone I’ve ever seen. Say hi to the upcoming HTC EVO 3D. Yes, I’m especially interested because it’s an HTC EVO, of which I have the original. I likely won’t be getting this new one, simply because, well, money. I am not made of it. But hey, I can look and drool and jabber on about it like a middle school girl looking at a Bieber poster. Ok, maybe that’s a little much, but you get the idea.

So as usual, I found out about this, from good old engadget:



Specs for those too lazy to click links:



Platform: Android with HTC Sense
Processor: Dual Core 1.2GHz
Display: 4.3-inch, 960×540 3D
Camera: Main: Dual 5 Megapixel with flash
Front: 1.3 Megapixel
Video: 1080p HD (2D), 720p (3D)
Weight: 6.0 oz.

I’m really curious about the 3D elements of the phone. I would assume they’re using the same tech for the screen as the Nintendo 3DS, which I’ve heard some good things about. And the fact that it has a 3D camera, that is very interesting to me, especially since I just bought a 3D tv. I’m wondering just how good this camera is going to be. It is still a phone camera, and those are never super great quality. Only so much that can be squeezed in that small space. Still, I would imagine in good lighting, outdoors and such, this camera would do just fine and maybe get some cool 3D out of it.

How have the consumer 3D cameras been doing? Are they producing a good depth effect for people? Anyone have one, cause I don’t. I’ll be curious to see a comparison between this and something like the FujiFilm FinePix Real 3D W1.

Regardless of the 3D stuff, which is obviously the highlight of this phone, I’m drooling over that Dual Core 1.2GHz processor, I mean, holy crap! Power Overwhelming! </Protoss>

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