Sprint’s HTC Evo 3D specs leaked!

Upcoming HTC Evo 3D rocks!

Upcoming HTC Evo 3D rocks!

We’ve already told you Sprint will have an awesome line-up for the upcoming CTIA. Among the devices the carrier will unveil are two WiMAX-enabled tablets — 7-inch HTC Flyer and 10-inch Motorola Xoom — as well as Nexus S and HTC Evo 3D.

Today our focus is on the Evo 3D which looks like a promising phone we can’t wait to try out. Here are the rumored specs:

  • 4.3-inch 3D capacitive touchscreen with 960×540 pixels resolution!
  • 1.2 GHz dual-core Snapdragon CPU
  • Dual 5-megapixel rear cameras for recording 3D video at 720p — 2D video is recorded at 1080p.
  • 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera for video calls
  • 4GB of internal memory, microSD expansion slot (8 GB card comes inside the box).
  • GPS, Bluetooth and “standard” sensors
  • DNLA support and HDMI port – for beaming videos to the TV
  • Dimensions: 5.0×2.6×0.48 inches
  • Android 2.3

Impressive don’t you think? We hope other carriers in the U.S. will follow Sprint’s example and launch similarly powerful devices.

[Via: AndroidCentral, BGR]

  • A little on the thick side (for those like me who are used to hearing thickness in mm, 0.48 inches is 12.19 mm), but that’s to be expected with such monstrous specs.
    The only things I didn’t see were battery size (I read somewhere else that it was 1730 mAh, the EVO 4G, for comparison, was 1500 mAh, and was known to have battery-life issues) and any info on the phones radios (though it will obviously be WiMAX enabled like its predecessor, the EVO 4G, no frequencies were given).
    All in all, this may be the best phone I’ve seen this year — and with CTIA being the last major wireless industry trade show for the year, it is likely to retain that position for most of 2011 — and I can’t wait to see more on this device come March 22nd!

    • Strikerage123

      Battery issues on the evo were primarily because of htc’s Sence layer and Google’s poor systems code management. I rooted and installed CM7 and Mikfroyo and both substantially increased battery life. CM7 is the better version as i get at least 36 hours out of the phone under moderate usage which is better than it just plain draining overnight.

  • Au0614

    It’s not as thick as you think. If I am correct (and by this I mean if Phonearena.com is right) It is actually thinner than the HTC Evo 4G.

  • In other news, the Thunderbolt was released two days ago….

  • Desjr9

    I want an 8 megapixel camera !!! ): thats it !

  • Anonymous

    Will be curious to see if this snapdragon can compete with the A9 chips..

  • it say it has 1 gb of internal storage on htc’s website… either way i am selling my evo 🙂

  • FYI….I shattered my EVO screen last month and it cost $37 to get it replaced in my local Sprint office. Not bad.

  • no NFC? i thought that was gonna be the big google push for the year? lovely phone though..

  • bigkock

    rather keep my 8gb camera

  • Rjennings07

    Really looking forward to the evo 3d. I will be buying it in June for sure. I love my evo 4g now but I am so excited about the first 3D phone. Sprint is crushing the competition. I hate AT&T and am glad they can’t make a phone that can compare to Evo. Even the iPhone cant compare but they will copy cat sprint as usual and bring out a 3D iPhone this year too..but it still wont be as good as Evo..!!

  • The
    Evo 3D is going to the leader in the smart phone industry, with the 4G speeds,
    dual core processor, and 3D camera this phone will be epic. Paired with my
    employee Sling receiver from DISH Network, the Evo 3D will be the perfect
    mobile device. With Sling receiver, I can stream live and recorded TV to my
    phone wherever I have 3G coverage or WiFi. Plus, it’s compatible with my iPad
    and laptop too.

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