LG Optimus 3D Spotted Looking A Lot Like The 2X

Posted: Feb 8 2011, 4:47pm CST | by , in News | Mobile Phones

LG Optimus 3D Spotted Looking a Lot Like the 2X
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Those dual cameras will make for one hell of a flashlight app.

We're expecting to see the new LG Optimus 3D unveiled at MWC 2011. This next-gen smartphone has the ability to display glasses-free 3D and the dual-cameras necessary to record in 3D. Put simply, it's the most badass media-phone yet conceived. And this teaser video from Pocket Lint does nothing but worsen the anticipation. The ad is pretty much what you'd expect: some fast cuts to the outer body of the device, followed by a cryptic and overly dramatic voice-over-

“Finally, a smartphone that sees the world like we do”: With constant 3D-induced headaches?

“Entering a new dimension with LG Optimus”: Actually, 3D has been around since the 50s. And Japan has had glasses-free 3D phones for a few years now. In fairness to LG, this is the first glasses-free 3D handset intended for a wider world market. I guess that doesn't sound as good on the ad copy though.

“No longer just an idea.” But still not yet a real product.

The Optimus 3D bears a striking resemblance to the Optimus 2X. It seems likely that both devices could be designed around the same or a similar frame. That's good news, because the 2X has one of the best bodies I've seen. We've already come across one leaked image of the Optimus 3D, and MWC is only a few more days away. I wonder what else we'll see of this phone in the days before the conference.

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