Best 3D smartphones

We round-up the best 3D smartphones on the market

TV manufacturers have been pushing 3D technology for the past 12 months and now it seems the 3D world is being transferred to mobile phones, too.

Whether or not a 3D smartphone is a gimmick is debatable, but both LG and HTC seem to think the technology has some merit. We round-up the best 3D smartphones available.

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HTC EVO 3D

The HTC EVO 3D offers genuinely impressive 3D viewing without the need for special glasses. However, the lack of 3D content available makes it little more than a gimmick that you'll quickly tire of. Further, the EVO 3D is chunky and heavy: we find it difficult to recommend over slimmer, lighter competitors.

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  • 23rd Sept., 2011
  • Ross Catanzariti
  • HTC
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  • Pros:
  • 3D experience is impressive
  • Excellent build quality
  • Slick UI and performance
  • Cons:
  • Chunky and heavy design
  • Battery life is below average
  • Limited 3D content available

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