The smartphone world is growing in a huge way. Every time we turn around there are hoards of new smartphones ready to hit the market and the majority of them are Android phones. There are also a few new smartphones that are bringing some cool features to the market with things like support for 3D connects and 4G network access. So far, 3D has failed to make a big dent in the home with TVs and computers, but a smartphone with 3D might be more appealing to the user thanks to mobile gaming capability.
One of the cool new smartphones that we have seen and talked about a bit is the LG Optimus 3D. The last time we talked about the smartphone was in late march when we reported that the device had hit the FCC for the approvals it needed to come the US. When a device lands at the FCC, the next step is usually the announcing of a launch date. Fans wanting for the Optimus 3D will be glad to hear that the launch date has finally surfaced. The Optimus 3D will be on store shelves on June 6 barring any unforeseen issues.
We have already talked about the features of the device, but I will run them down here. The smartphone is able to record video in 3D and show that video in 3D on the screen with no glasses. It has a big 4.3-inch multi-touch display. The rear camera is a 5MP until and it records in 720p. Internal storage is 8GB and the phone runs Android 2.2. It also has WiFi, 3G connectivity, a 3.5mm headphone port and HDMI output. The phone will sell for £379 + VAT.