Thursday, August 18, 2011
HTC EVO 3D Unboxing Pictures & Review
The EVO 3D is a little taller than the EVO 4G, but narrower thanks to a different screen aspect ratio -- 16:9 vs. 5:3. It's also a little thinner than its predecessor which, combined with the difference in width, makes the new handset a better fit in the hand. The phone features a 4.3 inch qHD capacitive touchscreen and the 4 capacitive buttons at the bottom.
At the back, you can find the dual cameras, which are the highlight of the phone. The angular edges of the phone are no doubt an excellent design for all users.
Speaking of the highlight of the phone, the dual cameras are capable of 3D picture taking mode. No need to wear a pair of 3D glasses, you can enjoy a 3D media experience as if you are in the theatre.
Here we go! The silver 2D / 3D mode switch plus the large machined aluminum camera button on the right edge are simply what you to care about when you take a picture or shoot a video.
You can find the headphone set and the power button located at the top of the phone.
You may be disappointed at the EVO 3D. Despite its 1.2GHz dual-core processor, the camera strangely lacks 1080p support. But the biggest gripe with the EVO 3D is its terrible battery life. Ultimately, we've come to think of the EVO 3D as a Sensation with a lesser camera, cheaper materials, worse battery life, and without the ability to roam worldwide. But hello, it's got 3D and the best dedicated two-stage camera button that's ever graced a phone. You have got to fall for its shooting function.
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