HTC has the Evo 3D presented. The Android smartphone features a dualcoreprocessor and a autostereoscopisch 3d screen with a diagonal of 4.3″ with qhd resolution. The Evo 3D in August in the Netherlands come true.
The Evo 3D has a autostereoscopisch 3d screen that works with a parallax barrier layer over the lcd. This layer contains a kind of high partition walls, that the image in the 3d view to the left or the right eye send. Therefore it is not need glasses for the 3d effect to be able to perceive.
The screen is a slcd, a schermsoort which is also on the HTC smartphones Sensation and Incredible S is. The 4.3″display has a 960×540 pixels, a resolution for which the abbreviation qhd, quarter hd, is used. Users can own 3d content by means of the two 5-megapixel cameras on the back. Movies are shot in 720p resolution at 30fps. The 3d movies are stored in mpo format.
The smartphone runs on a Qualcomm MSM8260-soc, the same processor as in the recently released Sensation. The MSM8260 has two processor cores on Qualcomms own Scorpion core, with a clock speed of 1.2 GHz. The soc is also a separate image processor in the form of Adreno 220. The Evo 3D runs on Android 2.3.4. The battery is 1730mAh with more endurance than previous HTC smartphones.
HTC takes the smartphone in August in the Netherlands and gives him a suggested retail price of 599 euros. This is the price of a few tens higher than that of the Sensation. The Evo 3D was last week released in the United States. The version for the provider Sprint, however, has a different soc; it does not support gsm, but cdma and has no sim card slot. Tweakers.net features a prototype of the Netherlands, intended version of the Evo 3D, and publishes Monday afternoon a detailed preview and video preview of HTC’s new flagship.