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Want to watch movies in glorious 3D without the need for special glasses? And take 3D snaps and record video too? The excellent HTC Evo 3D has got you covered. Better still, it's got tons of apps and a glorious screen, too.
HTC's brilliant new handset literally adds a new dimension to mobile entertainment. Thanks to a combination of front and rear-mounted five megapixel cameras and cutting-edge parallax technology used in the Nintendo 3DS, users can take pictures and videos in rich 3D - so that your mini movies and stills really come to life for the first time ever.
But it's not just for your own content. Choose the Evo 3D and you can check out all the latest blockbusters in 3D, too - which we can assure look fantastic on the expansive 4.3-inch SuperLCD display. Better still is that the 3D effect doesn't require you to wear glasses, so your street cred will stay intact when you're on a busy train and want to watch. And it's easy to turn off the 3D effect simply by flicking a switch, too.
However, don't think this handset is just about it's 3D capabilities. Not a bit of it. Because it's an Android phone, you'll be able to choose from a massive array of apps and games from the Android Market. What's more, the Evo 3D runs the hot, new Gingerbread version of Android, it really is a best in class phone.
Other features of the Evo 3D include built-in Google applications, GPS and digital compass, expandable memory of up to 32GB via microSD card support, tethering, media player, web browser and a supremely powerful dual core 1.2GHZ processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly.