LG Optimus 3D Reviews
The Optimus Black (or P970) is the lightest handset out there at 109g, and super slim with a solid feel, and with a 4-inch NOVA display, itâ€™s also one for the tech-head looking for market-leading screen technology.
The LG Optimus 3D has one thing going for it. It's the first mobile phone to offer glasses-free 3D.
Cilantro might be the most polarizing thing on this planet. Some people can't eat a fish taco without it, others cry frothy tears of dishsoap at its mere mention. The same may well be true of the LG Optimus 3D.
Begun, the 3D war has.Â And whether you're a fan, or a skeptic, there are going to be two high-end phones you can't ignore this summer that have embraced 3D technology.Â First out of the gate (but just barely) is the LG Optimus 3D.
The realm of 3D phones has yet to be fully tapped, we fear, and the Optimus 3D, despite its stereoscopic proclivities, is a high-end Android phone at heart.
The LG Optimus 3D was introduced at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona as the manufacturer's first glasses-free 3D phone.
The LG Optimus 3D was an early entry into the 3D mobile phone market - we first saw it back in February - but itâ€™s only just coming to market, and has a new rival in the guise of the HTC Evo 3D.
Although the 3D functionality of the phone is limited, the concept itself is well integrated. However, the Optimus 3D has mediocre battery life, and its chunky design will not suit all tastes.