After all those rumors, leaks and teasers, LG has finally officially confirmed its LG Optimus 3D smartphone at MWC 2011. With the unveiling of the new device, which will sit at the top of LG’s smartphones, the company has entered into the multi-dimensional world of 3D.
The LG Optimus 3D comes with a massive 4.3-inch 3D WVGA screen. It comes equipped with a dedicated 3D button for turning the screen from 2D to 3D, so that you can play 3D games or watch 3D movies and that too without glasses.
The handset features new 3D games such as Nova, Let’s Golf 2, and Asphalt 6. It also comes with pre-installed 3D movie trailers, as well as a 3D book of Gulliver’s Travels to excite your kids.
The phone offers the exquisite 3D experience with the LG Secret and its motion gaming hub. LG has also signed a number of 3D content agreements (includes one with YouTube) which enables you to record a 3D movie and upload it straight away in 3D to the video sharing site from Google.
Other specifications of the device include a 1GHz dual-core, dual-channel (Texas Instruments OMAP4) processor, 8GB of memory and 4GB LP DDR2, and a 1,500 mAh battery.
It features a 5-megapixel dual-lens camera and supports HSPA+, DLNA/HDMI 1.4, DLNA, GPS and WiFi. It runs on Froyo but the company has promised that it is upgradeable to Gingerbread as soon as it is launched on the markets.
So far, the device has been confirmed by Vodafone, Orange and Three in the UK. The smartphone is expected to release in May in the UK.