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Articles tagged with: evo 3d

America’s First 3D-4G Smart Phone!

3D is a buzz word today, but HTC did a fine job of integrating it into to a smart phone and the users no longer have to use the old looking and sometime even expensive multi colored 3D glasses.

The 4G smart phone is offering real-time voice and data connectivity and downloads speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.

Meet The Samsung Conquer 4G From Sprint

Conquer your phone without conquering your wallet, and do so with Samsung’s new Conquer 4G from Sprint. The Android Gingerbread smartphone features a beautiful 3.5″ HVGA capacitive touchscreen that gives you just enough screen real-estate without it being overbearing (unlike those larger 4.3″ models).

The device carries a fast 1GHz processor and has a 3.2MP rear-camera to take some basic snaps of your friends and family. The 1.3MP front facing camera lets you stay in touch through voice conferencing.

Thrill 4G With Wikitude 3D Browser

It looks like the highly awaited HTC EVO 3D is going to be having some heavy competition this year. LG Electronics and Wikitude have just announced that the LG Optimus 3D (seen at the MWC) will be named the Thrill 4G for AT&T and will be coupled with Wikitude’s 3D browser. The Wikitude 3D browser allows for better interaction and engagement in real-time user environments.

HTC Kingdom- Full Spec Leak

The beautiful HTC Kingdom that we saw last week now has full specs leaked. The Kingdom will run on a Qualcomm MSM7630 1.2GHz processor, 768MB of RAM (which is quite a lot for a phone), a 4-inch qHD display, 1.3MP/5MP front-facing/rear camera. The powerful Kingdom will also feature a BCM4329-B1 Bluetooth chipset that supports both FM receive and transmit signals. This will allow users to broadcast sons to the car’s radio without needed any extra bulk.

HTC Releases EVO 3D Ad

HTC has released the first commercial for the Evo 3D today, kicking off the phone’s ad campaign. It was just introduced and announced yesterday, at CTIA in Orlando, Florida. As you can see in the ad, the phone design itself is not radically different from past smartphones, keeping with the slim candy bar shape. However, there’s something pretty fantastic about the Evo 3D, as the phone’s name subtly lets everyone know. Not only can users view 3D content without 3D glasses, they can also create their own 3D video, taking …