LG will apparently be having quite the show next week in Barcelona. While just yesterday we posted about the 5? LG Vu and the 4.3? LG Optimus LTE Tag, LG has yet another device up their sleeves.
In case you couldn’t get enough 3D in your life, LG will be unleashing the Optimus 3D Max at Mobile World Congress. The Optimus 3D Max is a true follow-up to the Optimus 3D the company released last year, but with several improvements to 3D technology, multimedia consumption, and a slightly redesigned body.
The improvement list for the Optimus 3D Max include:
- HD Converter so you can view HD content on a connected TV (via MHL connection)
- Out-focusing shot to improve picture quality using a combination of Range Finder (which triangulates the distance of your subject), and enhanced image processing
- Convert Google Earth, Google Maps, and other road views into 3D using an enhanced 3D converter
- 3D hard button on the device to easily switch between 3D and 2D mode.
- 3D-Style cubicle icons.
While most of the improvements focus around multimedia consumption, the spec sheet is on par with what we’ve come to expect from phones released in the past 6 months. The Optimus 3D Max will feature:
- 1.2 GHz OMAP 4430 dual-core processor
- 4.3? 3D WVGA display with Corning Gorilla Glass 2
- 8GB internal storage, 1GB RAM
- 5 megapixel dual-lens camera, capable of taking 3D images
- Android 2.3 Gingerbread, with an update to Android 4.0 on the horizon
- 1,520 mAh battery
- HSPA+ 21 mbps capable
- NFC with LTE’s Tag+ functionality
Anyone out there excited for another 3D smartphone, or do you think 3D should be left to TV-sized devices (if at all)?