Touchscreen phones are becoming the new trend, in some places if you take a good look at peoples’ phones, they’re all touchscreen, let it be the iPhone, the Android, Samsung Galaxies, or the new HTC Evo 3D. Although the touchscreen phones are relatively the same, the users beg to differ as they see major differences and only support one type whether they own it or not, but if it was someone who is very unfamiliar with touchscreen phones, they’re all the same and explaining the HTC Evo 3D will not make a difference to that person in any possible way, especially if you tell them what it’s worth.
When HTC created the first touchscreen, it was a basic and completely standard touchscreen phone, however it had evolved into a much fancier, application-wise, and much more reliable phone. Although these innovations began in Taiwan, the release of these phones were completely out of the question and were only used for special purposes, but after the release of the HTC Touch, buttons were no longer necessary. The Evo is a much more fancier and advanced version of the original Touch. After all, no one knew what an accelerometer for a phone was at the time.
We all love music, yes even people who claim they don’t like music, but they do like a form of music which practically makes it music, so we need storage for that and video right? Well good news for people with overly high media, you can store anything up to 1 GB in its internal storage and a smashing 32 GB with the micro SD external storage, anything more than that should be illegal. The camera has a primary function which is 5 megapixels including auto focus and dual LED flash, great for taking pictures in abnormally dark areas like a bar or garage and so on. Stereoscopic photos are permitted as well as geo tags in which case you can find the location of the taken picture. A secondary function is also accessible with a 1.3 mp. Video records 720p at 30 fps taking smooth to a newer level, the resolution can be great but if the frame rates don’t match you will experience not very smooth video, but HTC made it nice and smooth.
As for the sensors you can utilize the accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass from travelling to just playing games, especially some of the newer racing games by companies such as Gameloft, or Rovio, you must utilize all sensors for one game which also helps burn few calories. Bluetooth is compatible and now you can use a noise reduction bluetooth and can fully use all of the advantages of that handset, compatibility is no issue. For the radio, yes it has one built in, aside from the many apps you can download for it.
It has other features as well such as a TV-out so you can take your movies or games and watch/ play them in a bigger screen. Google maps, search, google talk, active noise cancellation for background noises, Facebook, Flickr, and Twitter applications. All the good stuff that we don’t necessarily need but want anyway since everyone has one. So as time goes by we can see HTC making great progress to end any type of human related work, even in some jobs these phones are helping them using their applications as some of the work they do. So we don’t have robots yet but as you can see, we’re nearly there.