ran the stereoscopic (that means it offers 3D images without glasses, of course) handset through the benchmark tests. On the Quadrant benchmark, the LG Optimus 3D Max tallied a score of 2314, 277 points above the first-gen model. On Nenamark2, the original outscored the sequel as the LG Optimus 3D Max got 31.7 fps, while the LG Optimus 3D scored 33. But the newer unit reclaimed superiority on the AnTuTu Benchmark.
You do need to keep in mind that because the device used for the testing of the LG Optimus 3D Max is a pre-release model, there could be some more work that LG plans to do with the handset. The phone is expected to be launched sometime this quarter with a 4.3 inch IPS LCD screen with WVGA resolution and a pixel density of 217 ppi. 1GB of RAM is on board and the 8GB of native storage can be pumped up to 40GB using the device's microSD slot. On back is a 5MP dual lens camera with AF and LED flash. The camera captures 3D images and records video in 1080p. 3D video is captured in 720p. Android 2.3 is installed although LG promises an update to Android 4.0.
We were able to get our hands on the LG Optimus 3D Max during MWC 2012 in Barcelona and you can check out the results by clicking on the video below.