Just a few days after launching, the new HTC EVO 3D is found on Amazon next to the Apple iPhone 4 with a lower price than originally estimated. Gossiping about mobile phones has become as interesting as celebrity gossips. With one condition: they have to have a high market price and have to be branded. And this one has it all: the drama, the style and the celebrity to back it up.
The launching of the new 3D experience with HTC EVO 3D was celebrated June 23 with a high profile launching event. Guess who showed up! Among the celebrities present at the event was blonde heiress Paris Hilton. She and Allison Melnick kicked off their weekend earlier, showing up at the event, which was held at the RadioShack Pop-Up 3D Lounge.
Last week, the new mobile phone HTC EVO 3D was available at a price of 199 dollars – that is with the signing of a contract with a two-year availability for the wireless carrier. Now, you will find it on Amazon.com 50 dollars cheaper. You still have to sign a contract, though. If you want it contract-free, it’s going to cost you up to 500 dollars.
HTC EVO 3D is the first mobile phone that was launched in the United States having a support for recording 3D content, with the help of its great 5 mega-pixel camera placed on the back of the phone. The device is one of the America’s “most wanted” at the moment. His high-end capabilities include a dual-core processor, a display of 4.3 inch in 3D QHD, and touchscreen. The phone also has a 1.3 megapixel camera which is incorporated on the front. It serves video calling.
Amazon suggests that “with the latest version of the acclaimed HTC Sense user experience and powered by Android 2.3 (Gingerbread),” HTC EVO 3D will make the ideal device for people who want to record and play real life moments in 3D and also share them with other in a very simple manner.
According to Amazon’s notes, the users can also download videos, create user generated content and use the “Flash-enabled web browsing experience using the speed of the 3G/4G network and the power a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor.”