The LG Optimus 3D smartphone is a device that takes the smartphone in to the realm of glasses-less 3D.you can watch 3D content that appears to pop out of the screen.
On the side of size it’s size is 128 x 68 x 11.9mm. On the front is a 4.3 inch 3D screen while on the back, a couple of 5 megapixel cameras set at a small distance appart to allow it to capture both video and still images in 3D if desired. The cameras are 5 megapixels each.
Lg Optimus 3D smartphone will Runs on Android 2.2.2.it’s a little behind when compared to those that run Gingerbread. The OS works well on the device though and in most cases.The main feature of the Optimus 3D is of course the 3D screen. Initial tests were quite amazing especially when loading up the unique 3D content menu. Animations appear to jump out of the screen. The games that come standard on the handset get the appearance of layers being added to the game such as Golf showing the player on the screen with the grass sitting “inside” the screen if that makes sense. It’s difficult to picture that as anything uploaded here will naturally be 2D on a regular monitor.
3D is optional on the Optimus 3D camera settings which means you get to shoot slightly higher quality 2D images or lower quality 3D images. Likewise, video is captured in 3D or 2D with 2D being captured at 1080p and 3D at 720p. What impressed us most is how good the 3D looks on the small screen. Parts of it look layered but in general you can see the depth added to the videos.
The LG Optimus 3D smartphone is available on the Three network in the UK with prices starting at around £35/month for the Text 500 plan.