Sprint is introducing Nexus S 4G, EVO 3D, and EVO View tablet at CTIA?

Sprint is introducing Nexus S 4G, EVO 3D, and EVO View tablet at CTIA?
Rumors have been revolving for quite some time now around what Sprint's CEO, Dan Hesse, may have to show us at CTIA in a couple of weeks. Judging by the two and a half hours, which have been booked by Sprint on the very first day of CTIA, Mr. Hesse may be pulling more than one rabbit out of his hat.

If tipsters are to be believed, three new devices are going to be introduced, among which an Android-powered EVO View tablet, and a 3D-capable smartphone called the HTC EVO 3D. A CDMA version of the Samsung Nexus S with added WiMAX connectivity is very likely to be shown off as well for Sprint's network by the name of Nexus S 4G. Backing up the claim is a webpage, which Sprint has already put on its website, though it only teases us with its “coming soon” title.

Unfortunately, we still have pretty much zero information regarding the other two devices. We are guessing that the EVO View tablet will be simply the HTC Flyer with CDMA connectivity built-in, though we may need to wait until March 22-nd to find out for sure. As for the EVO 3D, well, there will be some kind of 3D action going on with it, but will it be 3D video capturing capability, a 3D display, or both of these technologies together on the same smartphone is only a matter of rumors for now.

source: Engadget

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