Korean manufacturer LG has finally launched their highly-anticipated Optimus 3D smaartphone which features glass-free 3D display and claims to incorporate world's first Tri-Dual architecture. It will be available in Europe first and later other parts of the world in the next several weeks.
LG has recently launched the long-awaited LG Optimus 3D, a smartphone that features second generation dual core technology and advanced “Tri-Dual” architecture. The Optimus 3D was first unveiled at Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona in February, and claims to offer a full 3D experience — recording, viewing, sharing.
With its Tri-Dual configuration – dual-core, dual-channel and dual-memory; it offers improved performance when multi-tasking, enjoying a movie or playing graphics-intensive games. Users can also record and immediately view content in 3D without the need for special glasses.
Peak Efficiency and Performance Powered by Unique Tri-Dual Configuration
Unlike other smartphones, the Optimus 3D has a dual-channel configuration, data transfers take place simultaneously between the dual-core and dual-memory, resulting in noticeably faster performance. As a result, the LG Optimus 3D maximizes run-time efficiency leading to noticeably smoother, faster, and longer multi-tasking, browsing, gaming and multimedia enjoyment than ever before.
Full 3D Experience: 3D Recording-Viewing-Sharing
3D recording, viewing and sharing is faster and more convenient in the Optimus 3D and can be enjoyed without cumbersome glasses. LG’s latest smartphone enables owners to capture high quality 3D content with 3D video stabilization technology and real-time misalignment correction algorithm which automatically corrects for shake during recording. The smartphone also offers wide viewing angle which makes watching videos and movies more convenient and comfortable.
The 4.3-inch WVGA display offers bright and flicker-free images in HD, up to 1080p in 2D and up to 720p in 3D. Special software allows for real-time conversion of 2D photo and video content into 3D. Free software for converting 2D games will be available for download during the third quarter this year, letting users enjoy a variety of multimedia content in 3D. Captured 3D content can be shared to 3D TVs via a HDMI connection and the phone can also send content to any DLNA certified device. In addition, users can upload and stream 3D content on YouTube’s dedicated 3D channel (www.youtube.com/3D).
The LG Optimus 3D also incorporates the world’s first 3D augmented reality (AR) browser in collaboration with AR pioneer Wikitude. The browser will be available through an app downloadable from LGWorld (www.lgworld.com). The Optimus 3D will be available in Europe first, and then in more than 60 markets around the world over the next several weeks.
Source: Korea Newswire