Benchmark results for a new device called the HTC Shooter (PG86100) have just been discovered on GLBenchmark.com and based on the associated system information, which includes Android 2.3.2 and a 960 x 540 resolution (qHD) on an unknown screen size, many are assuming that it's the HTC EVO 3D expected to debut at CTIA next week.
Giving some credence to this assumption is the reference to Sprint and the identification of the Qualcomm Adreno 220 GPU (below), which has lead to the belief that the processor being used is a 1.2GHz dual-core MSM8660 Snapdragon. As a reminder, the older Adreno 200 is the GPU found in the EVO 4G.
These specs closely mirror those of the as-yet-unannounced HTC Pyramid, which is believed to headed to T-Mobile, so unless Sprint is getting its own version, the Shooter = EVO 3D theory is plausible. At the very least, this new device certainly has what many are hoping for in the next-gen EVO.
What do you think? Is this the EVO 3D and if so, is your EVO getting worried that its days with you may be numbered?[GLBenchmark via pocketnow] Thanks, Terrance!