dann, 05 Apr 2012does it have Gorilla Glass??@ dann
You must be joking ! You only get Gorilla glass on real phones.
nice phone....colors compared to super amoled or amoled looking washed but LCD is still better on daylight....
I take this phone becouse my Desire and Galaxy S II was unusable outdoor...
easy overclocked dual-core on 1.8 Ghz and 1 GB RAM making this phone a beast..
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2012Can you make video call from HTC EVO 3D?yeah,ofcoz and itz having a 1.3 mp camera for it,by the time iphone 4 has only a VGA camera
Its a GREAT cell! Love D inner workings but still haven't gotten a straightforward answer from anyone on how 2 aquire ORIGINAL 3D movies. Does anyone know how 2 aquire ORIGINAL 3D Movies on their EVO 3D?
Crash, 03 Apr 2012You can view the damn videos and photos that you take in 3d on your phone, it has 3D display w... more@ Crash
There is nothing wrong with the screen on my phone; it's just that I also own a Samsung Galaxy S, which has a Super AMOLED screen. After seeing the crisp, vibrant colours on the SGS you realise what a washed out display the EVO 3D has.
Something else that is wrong with the Evo 3D. I allowed the phone to run down till the point where it turned off. I then charged it for 8 hours and turned the phone back on. The battery showed a full 100% charge. I left it on the table and didn't touch it. 4 hours later the battery had dropped to 91% and 4 hours after that it showed 80%. The battery dropped 20% without touching it! The drain on the battery was due solely to the Sense UI, which sucks the life out of the battery; and before you ask I get 5, yes 5, days from one charge on my SGS.
This phone handles everything I chuck at it with ease. Loads of memory means I haven't even moved an app to SD yet and I have well over 100 apps installed.
I can only list the negatives as everything else is superb.
2D camera is a little disappointing, but OK. White balance needs setting to Daylight rather than Auto when outside.
If you have an Android phone you know the battery's not going to be fantastic.
I moved up from a ZTE Blade. I loved that phone, but this moves up to a whole new level in every way.
Freefaller, 26 Mar 2012I've had my Evo 3D for a month now and I think it's one of the worst phones I have ever owned ... moreYou can view the damn videos and photos that you take in 3d on your phone, it has 3D display without glasses.. You can also stream them to a 3d tv so you can see it all in 3d on your big screen tv. The resolution is verry good and the colours are great.. I think you have a problem with your phone, probably you 3d display is not working send it to repairs.
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2012Can you make video call from HTC EVO 3D?Use qik.....
Freefaller, 26 Mar 2012I've had my Evo 3D for a month now and I think it's one of the worst phones I have ever owned ... moreall the problems you stated are expected problems, unless someone is stupid enough to believe that you can actually "print" a photo in 3D, and of course it will suck battery life, HTC sense 3.0 is a battery guzzling UI, and so is android 2.3.4. and duh you cant send them in 3D, not all phones support 3D.
as for the colors, that is a matter of personal taste, you cant base the problem on something YOU found upsetting.
messaging and dialer is also a matter of taste.
HTC evo 3D is an amazing phone, no I dont own one but I know a person who does an dis extremely happy with it and had it for 6 months now
can someone tell me if this phone is better choice then motorola atrix 4g. I read i some reviews that atrix although a bit older phone has better performance.Tnx
The best smartphone i have had.Battery life is okay for me,i mean it is perfect coz all i do is listen to music,briefly surf the internet and at tyms take a few pics...it is amazing.They should have called this phone HTC INCREDIBLE REVOLUTION 3D,its indeed amazing...cant wait for ice cream sandwich to make it even more tasty!
any video call through it ? and wat about internal memory ,is it satisfying ?
Ramek, 30 Mar 2012@ Freefaller, thanks for your help :) alreday tried that earlier :) there was no success...so ... more@ Ramek
Sorry I wasn't able to help, but after a quick search around the Net I discovered that your problem isn't that unusual with this phone. It appears to be a problem with the HTC touchscreen itself; and it only be solved by replacing it.
RE: Samsung. From an earlier post you will know that I also have a Galaxy S, which has been faultless in the (almost) 2 years that I have had it. The AMOLED screen on it is the best display I have ever see. The colours are rich and vibrant, and you can read it easily in bright sunlight. Also, you can flash the phone with the latest Firmware without any fear of harm. It's very hard to 'brick' it.