Details regarding HTC’s first venture in the world of 3D gained more weight today as leaked information revealed details about the HTC EVO 3D.
The leaked documents, picked up by BGR, suggest that HTC is indeed releasing a 3D-enabled phone and this device will be known as the HTC EVO 3D.
We went to HTC’s 2011 device launch a few months back now and while the inclusion of a tablet device – the HTC Flyer – was welcome, what wasn’t was the alarming lack of high-end spec – none of the smartphones had dual core processors of example.
Well, all this seems set to change. We’ve already covered the rumoured HTC Pyramid, which you can read about here, and now we’ve got news concerning the HTC EVO 3D.
Both devices – the Pyramid and EVO 3D – are reported to feature dual core processors, something that will bring HTC back inline with the likes of Motorola, Samsung and LG.
So is this a sign that HTC is getting its act together and finally putting some smartphones out that will get technophiles saliva glands pumping? It certainly would seem so.
At present, there’s no word on a UK release date, or official confirmation about either device’s from HTC, just yet. But considering the pace with which the UK smartphone market is developing at present, we expect to be hearing something soon.
Here’s the specs of the device, according to BGR:
“We’re talking about a 4.3-inch qHD 960×450-pixel Auto-stereoscopic 3D display, 1GB of RAM, 4GB ROM, 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm 8660 Snapdragon CPU, dual rear 5-megapixel cameras with dedicated camera button, 1.3-megapixel front-facing camera, and 1730mAh battery.”
In addition to this, unconfirmed sources, according to Pocket-Lint, have claimed that a 3D-enabled HTC smartphone could be hitting the UK as early as July.
Watch this space.