If you thought that the new developments in the 3D field Will bring us smartphones with 3D capabilities in the future - So it seems that the future is already here, when-LG, Whose Optimus devices are growing impressively, officially unveils the Optimus 3D, the world's first smartphone with a display 3D, And without Glasses.
The existence of the Optimus 3D has already been exposed, but now LG is taking advantage of the MWC exhibition and shedding light and information on its new creation. The chip in question will be powered by the Texas Instruments OMAP 4430 chip (although it is not OMAP 4440, and also not OMAP 5, But it is still a system on chip Which is quite powerful) that offers two Cortex A9 cores at 1GHz, backed by a PowerVR SGX 540 graphics core, with all this processing power triggering an "Autostereoscopic" screen (4.3% 800) with a resolution of 480 × XNUMX, Whose highlight is of course the ability to present 3D Without the need for glasses or other accessories.
The Optimus 3D uses a unique feature chip OMAP, and offers 512MB of memory RAM LPDDR2 dual-channel format that sells well from stationary computers. The device also contains 8GB of volume storage (Which can be enlarged up to 32GB with microSD cards, of course) and two 5 stereoscopic megapixel cameras at a distance of 24 millimeters each, 3D 720p quality, and "normal" 1080p photography, which you can enjoy with the help of theHDMI Of the device.
All of these impressive features do not come on foot, and the Optimus 3D is a rather plump, 128.8x68x11.9 millimeter and weighs about 168 grams, so thin and light device enthusiasts will definitely have to bite the language if they want to enjoy 3D on their smartphone screen .
LG says that the Optimus 3D has "four times as many video decoders as a standard smartphone", which is supposed to make the device's XNUMXD capabilities available for different formats and uses. LG takes XNUMXD very seriously and is determined to show that it is more than just a gimmick, and has already introduced some games that contain the coveted effect, and in addition has also arrived Agreement With YouTube, which will allow playback of content 3D Device, and content upload 3D Taken with the device to the site.
The Optimus 3D is expected to be available in Europe sometime in the second quarter of 2011 (which means in a few months, in fact). Price has not yet been announced, but it is reasonable to assume that the unique and impressive three - dimensional capabilities, together with chip They will certainly not walk on foot.
The device joins a series of impressive LG products that are gaining momentum, including the Optimus X2 (the first cordless smartphone), the Optimus Black, which introduced an innovative NOVA screen and tablet Optimus Pad, Which also offers three-dimensional capabilities (less impressive than the Optimus 3D, because dedicated glasses are needed to take advantage of these capabilities). Whether investment in unique and advanced technologies and features will pay off, andLG Will succeed in conquering the hearts (and pockets) of consumers? If this is not enough, you can always make use of an entertaining video: