Monday, June 27, 2011

HTC launches its first 3D phone

As you did with your LG model that records in three dimensions, HTC has included the best possible hardware to be able to record and play content with this technology and without glasses. Graham Wheeler, director of the company in Europe, Middle East and Africa, believes that this terminal, which goes on sale across Europe in July, goes a step beyond what's on the market: "Not only for appearance creative, but also the ability to download movies successfully broken down the barrier of the glasses.

"The platform for downloading content is this HTC Watch the video store online signature. A new feature is the adaptation of the interface of meteorology, as well as direct access to the 3D YouTube channel and the inclusion of a special version of Google Maps in that it shows some relief between buildings.

The phone has a simple front camera for making video conference, and two 5-megapixel rear camera and capable of recording in high definition (720p and 30 frames per second) even in three dimensions. Together with the 4.3-inch screen has a button that takes you from traditional photography to highlight easily.

To support the demanding data flow the phone uses a Qualcomm processor with dual 1.2 gigahertz and a 1700 milliamp battery of similar capacity to its far end star: HTC Sensation. The 3D EVO comes with the latest version of Android 2.3. One of the most controversial aspects of phones equipped with this operating system but with an interface created by the manufacturer such as HTC Sense, are the updates.

Wheeler stresses commitment to update HTC. The device, which has not yet given price, dispenses the time of the games in three dimensions. "But we're ready when the market matures," added the manager.

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