The EVO 3D is HTC’s glasses-free 3D phone. The handset will cost $199.99 with a two-year agreement. The phone features two 5 MP cameras on the back to capture 2D and 3D video for its 4.3-inch screen.
The phone runs Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) with a 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, 4GB of internal memory and a microSD card slot that makes it 32-GB-capable. It will also act as a mobile hotspot for up to eight devices.
Rates start at $79.99 per month, if you include Sprint’s $10 monthly smartphone fee.
The EVO View 4G is already known to the world as the HTC Flyer, but the Sprint version will be $399.99 and include the tablet’s pen with a two-year contract and a new-line activation. It will also have mobile hotspot capability for up to eight devices and has 32 GB of internal memory.
Rate plans start at $34.99 per month for 3GB of 3G data and unlimited 4G data.
Right now, the HTC Flyer is $799.99 and its stylus will set you back an additional $80. In my review, I said this price was awfully steep for what you get from the Flyer, even though the device was pretty good, overall.
The View/Flyer is a single-core tablet also running Gingerbread, though it’s slated to get a Honeycomb update in the future.
Both Sprint devices are 3G, 4G and WiFi-capable. The mobile hotspot feature costs $29.99 per month.