Finally, it's officially confirmed by LG – the LG Optimus 3D, the first phone to bring the “full 3D experience,” will be unveiled and demonstrated at MWC. But we could hear about it even earlier as Sprint is set to make an “industry first” announcement, which many expect to be a 3D smartphone.
The full 3D experience includes 3D recording, viewing and sharing. The Optimus 3D comes with a dual-lens camera for the recording, while its LCD screen will skip on the glasses, but will still deliver the extra dimension effect, which is kinda cool.
And if so many threes and dees haven't made you feel dizzy yet, the LG Optimus 3D will also come with HDMA and DLNA support for seamless integration of the 3D wonder among compatible devices. Most importantly, LG underlines that it will deliver a “complete platform” to address the lack of 3D content. A complete platform implies more than just a couple of 3D apps and modifications, so we are eagerly waiting to see the live demo of the Optimus 3D at MWC.
A picture of the handset leaked just yesterday, but - except for the look - it doesn't confirm any other features. Nevertheless, we could guess a screen size of around 4 inches and possibly a dual-core chipset to support the software, but take this with a grain of salt. No word on any other specs and it seems that 3D is the buzz word, which covers pretty much everything you need to know about the handset according to LG. Could this handset match Sprint's much anticipated "industry first" announcement? Sound off in the comments!