Specifications of the Samsung AMOLED 3D, which will be the first phone of its kind to use a 3D-ready display, have been published online.
The phone is significant not merely for its 3D capabilities, but for the fact that the 3D effect does not require users to wear polarising glasses.
The 3D effect will be hot-swappable with a standard 2D display, according to reports, with a dedicated key enabling instant switching whenever the user requires it.
As with many modern smartphones, the AMOLED 3D is going to implement accelerometer controls and gesture-based touchscreen interactions, according to Samsung Hub.
The 3.2-inch touchscreen display will have a decent but not earth-shattering 240x400 resolution.
Other known features include a 3.2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth, a powerful processor and Samsung's proprietary TouchWiz interface.
The 3D phone is launching in Samsung's native South Korea in the near future, with availability promised on three of the largest mobile networks in the country.
A European release date has yet to be confirmed.