The 4.3 inch screen (480 x 800 resolution) will show 3D content as well as take 3D pictures and video with a 5MP dual-lens camera on back. Video is captured at 1080p at 30 fps in 2D and 720p at 24fps in 3D. A TI OMAP4 dual-core processor clocked at 1GHz will be under the hood and could eventually allow the phone to offer Netflix HD, as we told you the other day. 512MB of RAM is on board and Android 2.2 is installed on the phone. The "4G" at the end of the phone's name means that there is HSPA+ connectivity. As we reported back in March, a prototype of the handset scored 2,800 for us on the Quadrant Benchmark test so this is more than just a gimmick-laced phone.
Soon the HTC EVO 3D will have some competition in the new "Glasses-Free 3D" category. Which of these two would you like to see in your hand? Let us know by writing in the comment box below.