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- 06-23-2011, 09:05 PM #84
The EVO™ 3D doesn’t require you to wear anything special to get fully immersed in its 4.3” 3D QHD screen.
Straight from the HTC website guess they're stupid too! As for my posting I just gave my first impression of the phone, which I clearly stated. Don't worry I'll be back to report further when I have it, and I'm sure my opinion won't change unless the phone I played with at Best Buy is completely different. No need to get all worked up, I didn't call you a liar I just stated my opinion.
- 06-23-2011, 09:06 PM #85
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Only problem that I have seen so far is the battery cover felt like I was gonna break it when I took it off, took me a minute to figure out the best way to get it on and off...The power button is very sensitive, but putting a case on the phone helps to prevent accidental presses, also, you have to find just the right spot to press the volume buttons...
Other than that the phone is spectacular, its very accurate when it comes to signal strength and switching between roaming...
Slight details are nice, did anyone notice the inside of the phone is opaque?
3D on the preloaded pics were disappointing, but I took a couple myself and they were much more user friendly, and the videos look even better...in my opinion the 3D feels more comfortable in my hand than the 4G...
- 06-23-2011, 09:12 PM #87
As far as which screen is bigger is concerned, there is no denying it, the Evo 4Gs width and only minimal difference in height makes the Evo 4G's screen look bigger.
They are both 4.3" only one is more rectangular than the other. Which actually has the larger surface area? Well all it takes is an Evo 4g, an Evo 3d, a ruler, and some basic math to figure that one out. Measure the height and width of both screens, and multiply. Whoever gets the biggest number is technically speaking the bigger screen.
Not sure why there's such heated debate about this, just do the math and declare a "winner"
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- Blazer ROM/Stock Kernel
Edit: my tab can't find it either. Leaning towards it was pulled
- 06-24-2011, 01:02 AM #96
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I realize you guys are arguing about screen size and aspect ratio.
There is 1 indisputable fact; the text is significantly smaller when viewing everything. I believe it is not a result of the screen size nor aspect ratio. I think it is screen resolution just like when you change your computer monitor to a higher resolution everything gets smaller.
Fortunately I can easily read everything on my original 4G. For my aging eyes the text size on the 3d is just below my threshold of being able to read.
For me and others over 40 who choose to not wear glasses (to avoid the weakening of eye muscle focusing) the larger text size on the original 4G is pleasant and comfortable to view.
Unfortunately for us unless there is a setting now or in the near future to change the resolution, HTC ... Sense ... and Sprint fans like myself will just have to wait a little longer for a new and equally powerful HTC offering that is as easy to view as our original htc EVO 4G.
Perhaps a Sprint htc Sensation yet I have yet to see the text resolution on the tmo htc Sensation. Now that I think about it, the text resolution on the htc Sensation may very well be the same as the 3D.
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