The original Evo 4G was a beautiful, throbbing monster. A huge screen, powerful guts, and features spilling out of its belt. Now what could make a giant mecha-Android better? Adding 3D powers, right? Wrong. Very, very wrong.
HTC took to Facebook to say they're looking into allowing bootloading (the installation of OSes and custom ROMs) on its EVO 3D, Sensation, Incredible S and Thunderbolt phones. With Android meant to be "open source," their decision has angered many.
The HTC Evo 3D is the first major 3D phone to hit these shores, but the price tag doesn't reflect the bonus dimension; according to this leaked RadioShack flier, the handset will cost $200 on-contract. And ship with a movie!
Boy Genius says that the wraps are coming off the HTC Evo 3D smartphone and the Evo View 4G Tablet at CTIA this year.