That's because the Optimus 3D will be the first phone capable to shoot 3D video, so naturally we were extremely curious about the location of the two cameras that are needed to do that. Well, it's a mystery no more. There is an elevated area on the back, similar to what we have on the LG Optimus 2X, but this time having two shooters with round glass covers in line with each other, and in between we have the LED flash.
We suppose that arrangement will bring in the much-hyped stereoscopic video capture, which brings us "finally a smartphone that sees the world as we do", according to the teaser. We can't wait to get our hands on the phone and test it for you via our troops at the MWC next week. In the meantime, hat tip to LG for bringing yet another industry first to market, after the first dual-core handset - a great start of the year for the company.