Will 3D play a role when you choose your new smartphone?

Will 3D play a role when you choose your new smartphone?
Our mobile devices have conquered a number of peaks lately - whether we talk about browsing on a high-end smartphone or playing 3D games on a large touchscreen, the bottom line is one and the same - smartphones and tablets have managed to achieve a number of milestones. Now, all indications point that there is a new frontier to overcome, as manufacturers want to bring the third dimension to the latest cutting edge mobile devices.

Very soon this will be a reality for the end consumers, as the LG Optimus 3D, which is to be released as the LG Thrill 4G in the US, and the HTC EVO 3D are set to grace the mobile scene in the coming months.

That's why a lot has been said about the "3D on smartphones" topic, but what's really important is whether consumers want or, indeed, need a 3D screen or the ability to shoot 3D photos and record 3D videos on their future smart devices. For that reason, it's time to ask you:

Will 3D play a role when you choose your new smartphone?

Yes, it's a whole new dimension for smartphones, both literally and figuratively!
Nope, it's much hype about nothing – I don't need 3D features on my mobile device.
It's something nice, but not too important, so I won't overpay for a smartphone with 3D.


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