HTC EVO 3D, first teardown video appears

PhoneArena - It's fascinating how cell phone manufacturers these days manage to cram a dual-core chipset, memory and baseband connectivity in a small PCB board.

Even more amazing is when they fit two stereoscopic cameras and a parallax barrier display in something so slim and light that you can hold it comfortably in your hand, or put it in your pocket.

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HTC Evo 3D price down to just £207

Techradar: The HTC Evo 3D release date might have been ages ago, but it has suddenly become attractive again thanks to a mighty price drop.

The phone, which once retailed for over £500, is now a snip at £207 from everybody's favourite bum-spanking retailer, Asda.

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Security Vulnerability In HTC Android Devices Exposes Phone Numbers, GPS, SMS, Emails Addresses etc.

Android Police: "I am quite speechless right now. Justin Case and I have spent all day together with Trevor Eckhart (you may remember him as TrevE of DamageControl and Virus ROMs) looking into Trev's findings deep inside HTC's latest software installed on such phones as EVO 3D, EVO 4G, Thunderbolt, and others.

These results are not pretty. In fact, they expose such ridiculously frivolous doings, which HTC has no one else to blame but itself, that the data-leaking Skype vulnerability Justin found earlier this year pales in comparison. Without further ado, let me break things down."

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Why 3D Smartphones Are Pointless

Bright Hub: You love your gadgets, so when something new comes along in the mobile world of course you are going to get excited. There aren't that many 3D smartphones out yet, but is there a reason for that? Are 3D phones just a gimmick, or the latest must-have feature on a phone?

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codyodiodi4642d ago

I can only see it as a device that will hurt my eyes, just like the 3DS.

Samus HD4636d ago

I disagree only on the 3DS part

iamnsuperman4642d ago

3D is great for gaming and movies. Now on a smart phone with a small screen whats the point. Its an added expensive for a function that realistically will not be used that much. I underdtamd 3D tablets (even though i do not really understand the point of a tablet) but smart phone no

Crazay4641d ago

I'm a huge proponent of 3D media like TV and games but it's useless as a phone. its too small to look at.