Mobile phone network Three has now taken stock of the world’s first 3D mobile phone, with the LG Optimus 3D and on price plans starting at £35 a month.
The LG Optimus 3D was launched at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona this year, as the world’s first 3D mobile phone that is capable of displaying 3D images without the need for any special glasses and on its 4.3-inch WVGA stereoscopic display.
This is coupled with being able to capture 3D images and video, from the dual 5 megapixel camera where footage can be recorded on 720p film and also full HD 1080p in 2D – thanks to the on-board dual-core 1Ghz processor.
LG’s Optimus 3D runs from Android ‘Gingerbread’ 2.3, with a 3D user interface and menu system that compliments the entire setup and ethos of the handset.
The phone has 8GB of built-in storage with a miniHDMI port, for displaying the phone’s contents onto a compatible HD ready TV screen – either 3D or non-3D and also to DLNA certified products.
Three is carrying the LG Optimus 3D handset with an accompanying 500 minutes, a 5,000 text message bundle and a 1GB data allowance for £35 a month. The phone is also available with 900 minutes and the same text and data allowances as the previous plan, for a monthly £38 fee or on the infamous ‘One Plan’, with 2,000 minutes, 5,000 text messages and a truly unlimited data plan for £40 a month.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com