HTC Evo 3D specs are leaked; two tablets on the way to Sprint

HTC Evo 3D specs are leaked; two tablets on the way to Sprint
We recently reported that the HTC Shooter could end up launched as the HTC Evo 3D for Sprint. And the specs are about as high-end as you can get. First of all, according to BGR, the handset will live up to its name as it will have a 3D YouTube client and a 3D Blockbuster app. You will be able to view all of that 3D action on a 4.3 inch display with qHD resolution. Under the hood will be a 1.2GHz dual-core CPU with 4GB of internal memory and a 8GB microSD card expandable to 32GB. A dual 5MP camera on the back allows for 3D photos and 720p 3D video while 2D video is captured at HD 1080p. A 1.3MP front facing camera allows for video chat. Android 2.3 powers the show and an HDMI port and DLNA support make for easy viewing of the phone's content on a television.

Other Sprint-related news from BGR's sources include some information related to the information we told you about the other day about the carrier getting its own version of the Motorola XOOM. It looks like the tablet will be exactly the same as the version peddled by Verizon except for one major difference-Sprint's version will have WiMAX 4G instead of the LTE 4G pipeline on Big Red's model.

And there is more leaked information about another tablet for Sprint. The carrier is expected to offer the HTC View 4G which will be the carrier's version of the HTC Flyer. The 7 inch screen will display resolution of 1024 X 600 pixels and will be equipped with a 5MP camera around the back and a 1.3MP front facing camera. Android 2.3 (no Honeycomb here) will power the device which is expected to be made with an all-aluminum body. The HTC Scribe stylus will be supported and don't forget the HDMI port and DLNA support.

With these devices and more expected to be introduced at CTIA, perhaps we will get a better idea when we could expect launch dates and pricing information.

source: BGR


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