LG Optimus 3D – hands-on walkthrough in pictures

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One Mobile Ring has just taken delivery of the LG Optimus 3D handset for an upcoming review, where we thought we would whet your appetite with these hands-on images in a walkthrough of the world’s first 3D mobile phone.

The Optimus 3D is capable of showing 3D images and video without the need for any glasses, in addition to being able to capture 3D video and pictures with its twin lens camera.

LG’s Optimus 3D tips up with a dual-core 1Ghz OMAP4 processor, which is backed by dual-channel and dual-memory architecture that enhances the overall performance of the mobile. As a result of this mighty prowess, the phone is very fast at running all that it has on-board, as we experience first-hand – from 3D images and video capture to running 3D games, where there’s even a 3D UI to the Optimus handset.

The 3D mobile has a 4.3-inch WVGA capacitive touch screen, which displays all the 3D material and sans 3D glasses where the LG 3D screens still need those visual accessories. The dual lens 5 megapixel camera captures and records those 3D images up to 720P on video, although 1080p filming is possible in 2D. All of this is displayable through the microHMI port to a compatible screen, or uploadable to YouTube’s own 3D channel.

One Mobile Ring has also published a first impressions review of the LG Optimus 3D here, along with hands-on pictures from Mobile World Congress here and a hands-on video piece too – which can be seen here.

Originally published at OneMobileRing.com