Officially announced just a few days ago, the LG Optimus 3D will be the world’s first Android smartphone to feature a glasses-free 3D display.
The handset will be showcased by LG at MWC 2011 in about a week from now. Until then, in case you want to know where it will be available, ElectricPig has reportedly received confirmation that the Optimus 3D would be offered by Vodafone UK, as soon as LG launches it (which may / should happen in the next few months).
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The Optimus 3D likely runs Android 2.3 and comes with Wi-Fi, DLNA, HDMI, dual-core processor, front-facing camera for video calling, and a dual-lens camera on the back (which enables 3D video recording). The smartphone’s price is not known at the moment, but I guess it will be a bit higher than the prices of LG’s other new Android handsets (Optimus Black and Optimus 2X). We’ll bring more details on the Optimus 3D live from MWC.
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