Processor: 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm CPU, Adreno 220 GPU
Display: 4.3-inch qHD (960 x 540, 16:9 aspect ratio) stereoscopic S-LCD display
RAM: 1GB RAM
Memory: 4GB of internal storage (1GB usable)
8GB MicroSD (up to 32GB)
Camera: 5-megapixel dual-lens 3D camera, dual-LED flash,
Battery: 1730 mAh battery
Dimension: 126 x 65 x 12.1 mm, 170 grams
It measures 126.1mm x 65.4mm x 11.3mm. The Evo 3D has standard ports for microUSB (on the left), a large shutter release button for the camera (on the right), and the power and 3.5mm headphone jack up top.
The back cover is made of a matte black soft-touch plastic that wraps around the edges of the handset. It's mostly covered in a grippy textured pattern and adorned with a large shiny HTC logo.It combines design elements from both, like the angular edges and silver ringed capacitive keys of its precursor along with the soft curves and beveled earpiece.The Evo 3D closely matches the HTC Sensation, except that the front layout is a bit different. Each has the same four buttons – Home, Menu, Back, and Search.The thing to be noticed is that silver grating is missing from the earpiece, and discover the silver 2D / 3D mode switch plus the large machined aluminum camera button on the right edge.The 3D features are remarkably entertaining, especially for a full-length Hollywood feature film in 3D. As it stands, the phone definitely feels a little chunky – and outdated. The HTC Evo 3D also feels a bit hefty, with a weight of 170 grams.
The Evo comes with a 4.3-inch screen running at 540x960 pixel Super LCD display, surpassing the Optimus 3D's 800x480 with whome it has a direct comparison.A sheet of Gorilla glass protects the 4.3-inch qHD capacitive touchscreen which makes it extremly strong and includes silk-screened HTC and Sprint logos at top in addition to the capacitive buttons (home, menu, back, and search) at the bottom. The EVO 3D screen appears to be identical to the Sensation's in terms of brightness, color saturation, black levels and viewing angles.
The EVO 3D runs HTC's Sense 3.0 UI on top of Android 2.3.3, though HTC has coe with Sense 4 in its new arivals such as HTC ONE S and other, but this one also works also fine. and its performance is top notch. Qualcomm's 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon SoC is a force to be reckoned with, and takes Gingerbread to an entirely new level of fluidity. Everything from the basic UI to the web browser to mapsfast without any resist. Sense 3.0 wears a professional makeup job.The carousel effect of the new Sense 3.0 is really neat. It's nice not having to scroll between seven screens one way and then being stopped abruptly.The lockscreen using Sense 3.0 is amazing.
With a 1.2GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon CPU and Adreno 220 GPU, but features 1GB of RAM (up from 768MB), the Evo 3D is faster than its LG counter part Optimus 3D. Though LG makes a big deal of the tri-dual technology on the Optimus 3D, since it uses RAM on the TI OMAP processor and Infineon chipset at the same time still HTC EVO 3D takes an upper hand in performance.
HTC Evo 3D comes with a twin 5 megapixel autofocus cameras and dual-LED flash, occupies up one fifth of the back cover. The 1.3 megapixel front-facing camera lives on the bezel to the right of the earpiece. Video is captured smoothly in HD at 720p and 30fps, then encoded using standard H264 -- there's no 1080p support for 2D, despite what's listed in the specs. When recording in 3D the left and right frames are combined and squeezed into 1280x720 pixels by a software process not unlike the anamorphic technique used to fit widescreen content onto 35mm film. The phone is great for viewing online 3D content, such as that on YouTube 3D. However, flicking the 3D switch has the unfortunate side-effect of reducing both brightness and contrast significantly.
Along with 3D images 3D recording is also posible.
Good looking capacitive ,responsive screen
2D-to-3D switch is physical and easy
dual-core 1.2GHz processor
Snappy Sense UI
No 3D section in UI
All 3D videos in 2MP quality
Bulky to carry and chassis design
Screen lacks colourfulness as competition