LG has officially confirmed the existence of the Optimus 3D smartphone, as well as the fact that it would bring it to MWC 2011 later this month.
The company has not unveiled any official photos of the Optimus 3D yet, but it did say that this would be its “most advanced smartphone to date”, and the “world’s first 3D smartphone.”
Among the handset’s features, LG mentioned HDMI, DLNA and a dual-lens camera for 3D video recording.
Most likely, the Optimus 3D runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread and looks like in the image above (via Phandroid). We’ll bring more details live from MWC, between 14 – 17 February.
Via Press release
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