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HTC EVO 3D *Holiday Gift Guide 2011*

Sprint scored a major win with the addition of both the iPhone 4 and 4S last month, However I wouldn’t nominate either of these as the Best in Show for the carrier. I would give the crown to the HTC EVO 3D (Available now in Black, Plum and White). It’s time in the spotlight may have been short lived having been released only months prior to the Apple’s golden eggs. With the ability to take 3D pictures and watch 3D movies-without the glasses the HTC EVO family is without a doubt the one’s to beat in the Android family.

*Price $199
*Create, Stream and View 3D Videos
*Flash-enabled Web Browsing
*Mobile Hotspot Capability
*4G Speeds
*Integrated Twitter, Facebook with Friend Stream
*Android 2.3
*Dual 5.0 MP Cameras
*Bluetooth Enabled

TJ Jordanhttp://www.about.me/tejor
Apple product enthusiast, dance mom, Spoonie, lover of all things Marvel ;). If there's a gadget that's chic and geek, TJ is all about it!


  1. You can’t go wrong with a HTC phone, yeah I might be a little bias when saying this being a HTC owner myself, but hey the truth is the truth. 

    “HTC EVO family is without a doubt the one’s to beat in the Android family.” <–truth speaks volumes, I mean they did start the whole kicc off with being the ones to create the G1. 

    When I get a chance I'm going to upgrade my EVO to the 3d, but by then I know HTC will have something more flying off the shelves, I see something else coming before the end of the year possibly.

  2. Actually, I was just looking at the EVO 4G Design and it’s a slimmer version but actually dope. It can stream video in 3D but not take 3D pictures I don’t think. I actually want to check out the ReZound even tho it’s not on Sprint-HTC is definitely dope tho lol

    • There’s a app that you can get on the app store for the EVO 4G that it will make you take 3D like pictures on it compared to the EVO 3D, they were trying to bridge the gap. 

      Hands down HTC is my fav in my mind, they are what Sanyo used to be in phones, but way more solid of a firm.


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