LG Optimus 3D – expected to be the world’s first Android smartphone with a glasses-free 3D display – has appeared in a teaser video, about one week ahead of its official unveiling.
The teaser is just 23 seconds long, but we can still get a decent look at the Optimus 3D and its dual-lens camera that will let you record 3D video.
Other than having a 3D screen and a dual camera, the new smartphone will feature Wi-Fi, DLNA, HDMI-out, and probably a dual-core processor.
The teaser video is embedded just below these two photos:
I expect the Optimus 3D to run Android 2.3 Gingerbread – this, of course, should be confirmed (or unconfirmed) at MWC 2011 in Barcelona, where LG will also bring the Optimus Pad Honeycomb tablet.
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