Orlando, Florida (CNN) — After a lukewarm reception from television buyers, 3-D technology is pushing its way onto small screens.
As Nintendo plans to launch with the first major gadget that can show three-dimension visuals without the need for special glasses in the U.S. on Sunday, two large Asian electronics manufacturers are following suit.
HTC has unveiled the EVO 3D, a follow-up to Sprint Nextel’s breakout smartphone. It has a 4.3-inch touchscreen, which can display eye-popping 3-D without needing glasses. Users will also be able to capture photos and videos in 3-D using a pair of cameras on the back.
Like the original EVO, the 3D version will run Google’s Android operating system and connect to Sprint Nextel’s fast 4G data network.
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