The LG Optimus 3D will be the world’s first 3D phone. With a meaty 4.3-inch glasses-free 3D screen, you can also create your own 3D videos, which can be uploaded and shared through YouTube.
The dual five-megapixel cameras can record in high definition 720p 3D, or 1080p 2D video, which can also be output through the phone’s own HDMI port.
The Optimus 3D will already have 8GB of storage built-in. The phone’s dual-core insides should help process all that video, and ensure smooth playback and web-browsing.
The LG Optimus Black packs a super-bright four-inch NOVA display that uses 50% less power than a standard LCD screen. There is also a whopping two-megapixel front-facing camera for video-chat, one of the main features of Android 2.3, the latest version Android included here.
LG’s home-grown Optimus UI 2.0 lets you directly access messages, emails and missed calls from the phone’s locked screen with a single touch.
Nicola Shenton, from Orange and T-Mobile’s Everything Everywhere, said: “The LG Optimus 3D and LG Optimus Black show LG is really driving the market in terms of 3D and screen display technology.”
“We’re pleased to be working with them to bring this latest innovation to Orange customers, pushing the boundaries of what a smartphone can deliver.”
Orange will join Vodafone and Three in stocking the Optimus 3D, and you can expect to be on sale sometime this spring.