There's been a bit of question about the video capture specifications for the HTC EVO 3D. Sprint's spec sheet said that 1080p video capture was supported in 2D. But like some of the other early reviewers, we don't have that option in the camera settings. We reached out to Sprint, and this is what they had to say:
Our apologies, but there was a typo in the spec sheet for EVO 3D. The correct feature should read: capture video up to 720p and playback up to 1080p on both 2D and 3D.
It's not the end of the world, and good 720p video capture is much better than jittery 1080p video by a country mile. For most, the 1080p decoding was the important bit, and that part was correct. Will this affect your decision to purchase the EVO 3D, or is it one spec you can overlook, considering the awesomesauce of all the others?
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