LG’s much-touted 3D Android smartphone will launch at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), a press event invitation suggests.
The South Korean phone maker showcased a concept 3D handset earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show. And quite a nice of bit kit it was too, with a streamlined, minimal look and an autostereoscopic, 4.3-inch touchscreen display that meant that there’s no need for those silly specs to get the 3D effect either.
It now looks like that technology could be moving from high-falutin’ concept to reality. That’s certainly the conclusion you’re lead to draw from the invite, which depicts a previously unseen phone with the words “Into the New Dimension” underneath.
As yet we’ve no idea about specs. But given that it's Optimus branded and a high-end LG phone, we're saying it's a fairly safe bet that it'll run Google's Android OS.
LG has also yet to confirm what the handset they're trailing is called. But all the signs point to the moniker LG Optimus 3D, especially after Carphone Warehouse inadvertently put up a coming soon page (since taken down) for a handset of that name.
Either way, we’ve just under three weeks to the official skinny: LG’s event takes place on February 14th.
Via: Android and Me
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