Sprint offering HTC EVO 3D for $49.99 today only [Deal Alert]

Sprint offering HTC EVO 3D for $49.99 today only [Deal Alert]

If you’ve been curious about the whole 3D on a phone genre, now may be the perfect time to get some first hand experience. Today and today only, Sprint is offering the HTC EVO 3D for the low, low price of $49.99. Of course that requires a two-year contract but still — not a bad price for a device that retails for $549.99. Whether or not you consider 3D to be a fad, the EVO 3D is a solid device rocking a 1.2 GHz dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, dual 5 megapixel color camera (2D photos at up to 5 megapixel, 3D photos at up to 2 megapixel resolution), and 720p video recording — all on a 4.3-inch 3D qHD display. That’s some great tech at a steal of a price, and considering Sprint really hasn’t released much as of late, this may be a perfect upgrade for you. If you’re interest in grabbing this deal, you best hurry because it’s only good for today.

Source: Sprint via Phandroid

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7 Comments

  1. Michal Palczewski
    December 08, 10:56 Reply

    I’ve always thought that this was a gimmick that could be made really cool.  Only the camera app supports 3d.  An entire 3d interface would be sweet though. 

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