Today is a very special day for HTC, as they are not releasing one but two new devices to the market. So we thought we would give you a release roundup for the HTC EVO 3D and the View 4G. The company could not have launched two devices on a better day than today, as it is the last weekend of the month and people will be spending the money that has been put into their accounts by their employers.
Before we take a look over what we have been discussing with these two HTC devices, we just need to remind you of their price. The EVO 3D handset will cost you $199.99 and the View 4G tablet will cost $399.99, both of which will be on a two-year contract with Sprint. We have been informed that Sprint stores will open at 8 a.m. local time, so if you are in an EST timezone then chances are you are already at a store near you.
A few days ago we compared the HTC EVO 3D to the LG Optimus 3D, due to the fact that they are both 3D smarphones. The two are evenly matched in specs, but it is the overall build quality of the EVO 3D that wins out, which did not come as a surprise to us. There seems to be a pattern here when it comes to South Korean products, as we also believe that the Samsung Galaxy S II also suffers from the same issue.
One article that we were very interested in was how the usability was compared on both the EVO 3D and the Nintendo 3DS. The sad news here is the fact that they both suffer from the same flaws, and that is you have to play or use each device in a certain manner to get the most from the 3D experience.
One of the most important features of any mobile device is its battery, and you will be pleased to know that the EVO View 4G seems to do pretty well in this department. In the test the tablet was put through its paces, and there was still 15 percent of battery life left at the end of the day.
The final part of this roundup that we have for you was when we first learned of the View 4Gs existence and how it was the Sprint version of the Flyer. It seems like HTC are now doing what Samsung did with their Galaxy S range from last year, when it was released on four carriers in the U.S. all with different names.
Well that’s all we have to offer you, but we would like to know if you bought one of these devices today?
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