Rumor: HTC EVO 3D to Go to Virgin Mobile as HTC EVO V 4G

It looks like Sprint might be lending its EVO brand to its offspring Virgin Mobile here in the United States. PocketNow1 is reporting that Virgin Mobile will offer the HTC EVO 3D as the HTC EVO V 4G sometime later this year. Not to be confused with the 1GHz single-core EVO 4G, Sprint’s first 4G phone, the EVO V 4G will come with a 1.2GHz dual-core Snapdragon processor, a 4.3 inch qHD glasses-free 3D display, 1GB of RAM, two five megapixel 1080p HD cameras capable of recording 3D video in 720p and a lot more. While the phone is a little dated, it’s not a bad option up against Virgin’s other offerings. We imagine it’ll eventually receive Android 4.0, but it likely won’t see Sense 4.0 as that is reserved for devices using Qualcomm’s S4 chipset or NVIDIA’s Tegra 3.

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  • Skitshin

    No chance.

  • Jaké Mourinho

    It’s Sprints name? Then how comes with have it as the EVO 3D in the U.K?

    • EarlyMon

      It was originally Sprint’s name, that’s true. Then the Evo 4G made its way to Japan, and as you may know, Europe got the Evo 3D just before the USA did. Chalk it up to everything changes.

  • markymark5005

    ya… no thanks!

  • lynyrd65

     Wow that’s great I will sure try it!

  • Alex Mercer

    Almost makes it worth going pre-paid. Need my LTE though.

  • HotInEER

    This will be a good phone for the prepaid market, possibly the best one.

  • james

    damn thats whats up kinda wish i would have stuck with them but i love my epic 4g touch

  • http://Phandroid Pnutt916

    This sucks! Its makes the wifes phone even more common and less valuable.

  • faceless128

    so this will cost how much? the Triumph launched at $299 and is nowhere near this spec wise.

    • Ahad Rajput

      im geussing that the triumph will go down to atleast 200 and the evo will go to 350

  • Mensahwatts

    Wow Sophie…that was not only slightly weird…but it was also way to long…

  • Aaron soles

    it would be awesome if they had this. If they could use the WiMAX network on virgin mobile and have it unlimited that be perfect. WiFi at home and 4g if I’m outside!