America’s finest smartphone, the beautiful EVO, courtesy of our fine Taiwanese friends at HTC and available on the Sprint network has spent a stunning year as the most-loved smartphone on Earth. Running Android 2.2, capable of eating up many a Flash media from the internetz, 4G-capable, superfast and responsive and with that massive 4.3 inch screen, the EVO faced a bit of competition from the likes of the iPhone 4, Samsung Galaxy S and more recently the Google Nexus S, but ultimately given its newly lower-price point and HTC’s not-too-offensive software layer over Android, nearly universal concensus holds it as the still-reigning-champ.
The kind people of HTC are beating the EVO by giving it to us again but with a few key new features. Of course all the hardware is the shiny new stuff we’re seeing in Nexus S and the coming Galaxy refresh. Expect a blazingly fast 1.2 GHz dual-core processor, Adreno 220 GPU, Qualcomm MSM8660 chipset. You can get you’re JVM on with its JAVA MIDP Emulator.
What’s more exciting is actually the only confirmed detail of the product: Glasses-Free 3D Screen and, this is nuts, camera.