HTC’s first glasses-free 3D capable Evo 3D is landing in the UK next month, the phone maker has confirmed.
The handset is the second with 3D media smarts to land in Blighty after the LG Optimus 3D. LG’s kit, which like HTC’s effort runs Android, finally went on sale last week some five months after it was first unveiled back in February.
Features of the Evo 3D include dual five-megapixel cameras to allow you to capture footage in freaky three dimensions, 3D playback on the 4.3-inch qHD screen with images that HTC claims “shimmer and dance with depth”. Of course, users can also still view footage in standard 2D high def.
Elsewhere, it’s home to a 1.2-gigahertz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor to keep everything ticking over super smoothly and the latest 2.3.4 version of Android (AKA Gingerbread) overlaid with the new 3.0 iteration of HTC’s Sense custom skin.
To ensure you’ve got plenty enough space for all your apps and videos, the Evo 3D offers microSD card support to allow you to expand its memory by up to 32GB.
UK carriers have yet to be confirmed, however, earlier reports suggested that Vodafone is on board already. Pricing is anyone’s guess right now, but we’d anticipate you’ll be grab it free from around £35 per month.