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America’s First 3D Android Phone

Just picked up “America’s First 3D Android Phone”.  While, after staring at 3D too long gets me eventually dizzy, this phone has been amazing so far in it’s speed, clarity, and easy of use.  The 3D is optional, so users that get annoyed with 3D don’t actually have to put up with it; but it’s a cool novelty, and with 3D TV’s, monitors, projectors, handheld devices, movies, and video games coming out, this is a great gadget for the future.

Update: I’ve since rooted my phone since the news of Carrier IQ.  There is a plethora of cool roms and software out there that makes this phone even more fun and exciting.  One of the cons of this phone as to many others is the inability to disable applications from starting up during idle mode; rooting your phone provides a solution for that amongst others; most importantly tweaking this phone to preserve battery life.  One of the very cool features of this phone is being able to view 3d videos directly from youtube as well as connecting it to a 3d TV provided you have the HDMI cable for it.

Some Testimonials

  • Myriam Joire of Engadget: “While the EVO 3D looks solidly built and feels substantial, the materials used fail to convey the same sense of quality as the Sensation … After topping off the EVO 3D, it only took 14 hours and 44 minutes to drain the beefy 1730mAh battery down to 7% … The EVO 3D’s qHD touchscreen is a mixed bag … While 3D is fun and whimsical, we can’t help but think it’s just a gimmick … Ultimately, we’ve come to think of the EVO 3D as a Sensation with a lesser camera, cheaper materials, worse battery life, and without the ability to roam worldwide.”
  • Sam Biddle of Gizmodo: “I particularly loved (and, by the handset gods, demand this of all phones) the thick hardware camera shutter—hold to focus, click to shoot … The EVO 3D is the first phone to ever literally hurt my face … It gave me a headache. I wanted to look away. And for what? A 3D effect that just isn’t very good.”
  • Ross Miller of This is My Next: “A few editors on staff complained of minor headaches after more extensive use … Still, when the 3D works, it’s impressive, and everyone I’ve shown it to feels the same way.”
  • Jonathan Geller of BGR: “After using the device for around 10 minutes on and off, I finally got the hang of the perfect positioning, and 3D content looks good, not great … Using the phone on the EVO 3D hasn’t been the best experience … At the end of the day, the EVO 3D is a better, faster, thinner, lighter, and more capable EVO 4G.”
  • Bonnie Cha of CNET: “The 3D features are a fun addition, but it’s the HTC Evo 3D’s zippy performance and improved battery life that make this Android smartphone one of Sprint’s best … The HTC Evo 3D’s design is updated but familiar, and anyone upgrading from the Evo 4G should feel right at home with the smartphone … We also got a bit of a headache after a while, and, more often than not, 3D photos just made our eyes hurt … Starting with a full charge in the morning and with moderate to heavy use (including playing 3D games and video), we were able to go a full day, sometimes early into the next day, before needing to recharge.”
  • Eric Zeman of Phone Scoop: “The material – mostly plastic, rubber, and glass – are of the best quality and feel fantastic in the hand … The camera button itself is perhaps the best camera button on any smartphone, ever … Call quality, however, wasn’t so great. Voices were often garbled, making me ask those with whom I spoke to repeat themselves … It is, without doubt, the fastest Android handset I’ve ever used … Viewing 3D content on the EVO 3D’s screen gives me a headache, plain and simple … My biggest gripe with the EVO 3D is the wireless performance. It’s bad enough that the WiMax radio barely worked, but add to that poor 3G performance, and poor voice performance, and you’ve almost killed off all the reasons to buy any phone.”
  • Roger Cheng of The Wall Street Journal: “You might get dizzy staring too deeply into the Evo 3D, but Sprint Nextel Corp.’s newest flagship phone is worth risking a little motion sickness … I was able to go through nearly an entire work day, while keeping the 4G radio on for most of the time, running it as a hot spot to power a tablet, and making a few phone calls … While the Evo 3D has several strong points, working as a phone isn’t one of them.”

Source: America’s First 3D Android Phone

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Originally posted 2011-08-01 18:21:00. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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