HTC EVO 3D clears the FCC; June 24 release looking good

HTC EVO 3D clears the FCC; June 24 release looking good
Sprint's HTC EVO 3D has gotten a step closer to its release after passing the FCC's strict testing procedures. The smartphone's filings showed up on the commision's web page just recently, and as an added bonus, we are also being treated to a glimpse of the handset's internal schematics.

Digging through the documents we see all the hardware specifications that we expected – MSM8660 chipset and support for Sprint's CDMA, EvDO, and WiMAX networks. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are also on board, of course, and a nice little touch is the 3-axis gyroscope, which will give a little more sense of awareness to the EVO 3D.

Now that there is one less obstacle in the way, it looks like the alleged EVO 3D release date may turn out to be correct after all. If you are impatient to get your hands on some glasses-free 3D goodness, your days of anticipation may be coming to an end in about three weeks time.

source: FCC via Wireless Goodness

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