HTC EVO 3D Confirmed for UK Release

This is a guest post by Simon about EVO 3D from HTC, which is now coming to Europe in July HTC's 3D phone, the EVO 3D, has now been confirmed as heading to UK markets. Although the phone has been known about for some time there was some uncertainty about which markets it would be released in. As the EVO 3D takes a lot of inspiration from the earlier US-only HTC EVO there was some speculation that it would also be bound solely for the United States.



The HTC EVO 3D is similar in many respects to the Sensation. There is a similar specs list for hardware although the EVO 3D will feature a parallax barrier display like the ones found on the LG Optimus 3D and the Nintendo 3DS. After LG's device this will be the second 3D smartphone released to many markets although the EVO 3D is much more tantalising in what it has to offer.



Like the Sensation the EVO 3D will come with a qHD display and dual core 1.2GHz chip, making it more visually appealing and powerful than the only other competing device in the 3D niche. Although 3D will be considered as just a gimmick by many people for some time to come 3D phones are cropping up left right and centre throughout the world and you can be sure that one from the world's leading smartphone manufacturer HTC is going to be a good offering.



The EVO includes a dual 5 megapixel camera and dual LED flash through which you can record 720p 3D videos, or even higher quality 1080p 2D videos. You can also capture stereoscopic images. The EVO also includes HTC Watch through which you can view the latest Hollywood movies although it remains to be seen how many of these you can enjoy in 3D.



The best thing about the parallax system used by the EVO and similar devices is that it does not need glasses to be used. This will be good news for people who are curious about this latest technological move in the smartphone industry who at the same time don't want to look like a fool when using their phones. The EVO 3D is to be released in the UK and other European countries in July.

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