Could This Be The GSM Version Of HTC EVO 3D?By cheatmaster 10:37 Sun, 11 Jul 2021 Comments
HTC showcased the EVO 3D back in March, which was their first phone capable of recording images and videos in 3D. That phone, however, was intended for Sprint’s CDirect Memory Access (DMA) network. But HTC may just have a Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) version of the EVO 3D up its sleeve.
Pocketnow.com came across these images on HTC’s website. The one on the extreme left is the one that they initially announced, the one in the middle that was put up on HTC’s website but later pulled and the last one that appeared on HTC’s developer website and the one that we are going to talk about.
Notable differences between this and the others include a lack of circles around the keys below the display, which were exclusive to the HTC phones on Sprint's network. Along the side, the volume control button, capturing camera shutter button and the 2D/3D mode switch have been redesigned. On the back the capturing camera lenses don’t have the red surround and the window for the Light Emitting Diode (LED) flash has a different design.
It’s also running an older version of Sense but if you see carefully at the icons you can see that it’s becautilize the classy screen does not belong to the phone but it’s just pasted there from some other HTC phone. The EVO 3D has a qHD display which makes the icons see smaller with more gaps between them as is evident from the other two phones but this one looks more like the one on phones running WVideo Graphics Array (VGA) screens.
All this point toward the fact that this slightly redesigned handset might just be the Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) version of the EVO 3D. If this is accurate it won’t be the first time HTC has done this. They created Global System for Mobile communication (GSM) versions of existing CDirect Memory Access (DMA) phones before, for example, the Desire HD is virtually a clone of the EVO 4G. Perhaps this could be the Desire 3D?
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