HTC will launch a 3D handset with Sprint in the US at CTIA in Orlando, Florida, Pocket-lint can confirm.
The new phone, called the HTC EVO 3D, will sport a 3D-ready 4.3-inch qHD 960 x 540 resolution display and 1.2GHz dual core CPU - according to a spec sheet spotted on the HTC stand by pocketnow.com in some ninja-style reporting.
Camera wise, you get two 5-megapixel snappers around the back and a 1.3-megapixel front-facing cam too, presumably in a similar configuration to the LG Optimus 3D. That means you’ll get 1080p video recording in 2D and 720p recording in 3D.
Unfortunately, when we visited the stand (having snuck through security), we weren’t able to spy the phone itself, only the specs, and even then we weren't able to snap an image ourselves. Luckily the chaps at Pocketnow.com did. The details tally with those that leaked ahead of CTIA.
While the EVO 3D looks to be destined for Sprint in the US, sources have previously told Pocket-lint that they expect it to make it to the UK in the near future.
The phone is expected to launch on 22 March in the States.
We’ll be there live, bringing more details as we get them.
UPDATE: A picture of the device has turned up on the Sprint website.
UPDATE2 : HTC EVO 3D hands-on