Slashgear covering live the Sprint event at CTIA, with two new devices unveiled, both powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon processors: The HTC EVO 3D, and the HTC EVO 4G Android tablet. The HTC EVO 3D features the dual-core MSM8660 Snapdragon 1.2 GHz processor, and the View 4G has a single CPU 1.5 GHz Snapdragon processor.
The EVO 3D’s dual cores are asynchronous, allowing them to run at different speeds simultaneously. This will help with battery life on the phone. This will be HTC’s first dual-core Android smartphone. The Snapdragon MSM8660 supports advanced 3D including full 1080p 30fps HD and stereoscopic 3D video capture and playback.
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Press release below:
Inside Sprint’s first 3D smartphone, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon dual-core CPU processors feature the mobile industry’s first asynchronous dual core CPUs with speeds of up to 1.5GHz per core. Qualcomm’s Snapdragon MSM8660 processors support advanced 3D pre-engineered solutions including full 1080p 30fps HD and stereoscopic 3D video capture and playback.
The Snapdragon dual-core MSM8x60 chipsets are already being designed into more than 60 devices by our partners, including more than 20 tablets. Currently there are more than 75 announced or commercially available Snapdragon smartphones or tablets (another 150 in development) such as:
· HTC ThunderBolt: first Snapdragon LTE smartphone; now available at Verizon.
· Sony Ericson Xperia PLAY: new gaming phone that leverages the power of Qualcomm’s Adreno graphics chip; now available at Verizon.
· HP Touch Pad: first dual core Web OS tablet; available this summer.