On top of the 3 new L-series smartphones, LG introduces the world’s first smartphone with 3D editing capabilities: the Optimus 3D Cube, the descendant of the Optimus 3D.
Its design possesses a sleek silhouette, gaining bragging rights of being the thinnest and lightest of any 3D smartphone in the market.
The specs? It’s 9.6mm thin about 2mm thinner than its predecessor. It also holds more memory; doubling to 16GB with a built-in NFC for easy payments. It runs on Android 2.3 Gingerbread dual-core processor upgraded to 1.2 GHz.
The 3D Cube’s two rear 5 megapixel cameras are used for the 3D feature while the front cam is for video calling.
It is speculated that LG will update to an Ice Cream Sandwich, but nothing has been confirmed.
Those who are lucky enough to be at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week can see what the 3D Cube is all about.
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