HTC Evo 3D could increase demand for memory cards15 August 2011 15:29:43
Micro SD cards could prove a particularly useful purchase for people wanting to make the most of the HTC Evo 3D.
Photographs saved on the handset, which offers users a five megapixel resolution for 2D snaps and up to two megapixels for those in 3D, can even be shared with people through a TV screen via DLNA.
One of the most eyecatching features of the device is, as the name suggests, its 3D capabilities, which do not require glasses to be worn by the user.
However, people might find using this feature dramatically reduces the battery life of the mobile, something Damien McFerran, writing for Cnet.co.uk, also picked up on.
"Viewing and taking 3D photos, watching 3D videos or playing 3D games are all activities that drain the Evo 3D's power cell at a frightening rate," he said.
The HTC Evo 3D may further increase the popularity of Android, with recent research conducted by Gartner revealing that of the smartphones sold globally in the quarter leading to June 30th, 43.4 per cent used the operating system.
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