LG Thrill 4G also known as the Optimus 3D but today AT&T has confirmed the launch date for September 4th just as previous leaks suggested. While it has been delayed more than a few times at least it will hit the market with a great price.
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review here. The Thrill 4G was supposed to launch on August 7th over at RadioShack and was even advertized by AT&T for $99 coming early August.
beginning of August. We later heard right from AT&T it was headed to market in the "coming weeks" but sadly that isn't happening either.
recently delayed til late August a new Best Buy ad showed up making us think it may end up launching sooner.
pricing and launch dates appear for the LG Thrill 4G from RadioShack suggesting the phone will launch on August 7th, and be just $80 dollars. Pretty amazing price for a dual-core 4.3" device that also manages to shoot and record in 3D too. It appears that AT&T is now giving out a few more details regarding this glasses-free 3D phone.
Droid Bionic and EVO 3D has been covered by the big lights but we still have not forgot about the LG Thrill over on AT&T. It was made official back in June, and we had some hands-on time a few weeks ago with the Thrill 4G to keep it fresh. Now RadioShack is starting pre-orders for the 3D smartphone and you can reserve yours for just $50.
developer program supporting the 3D environment. Nothing pumps your device up like some good apps, and nothing tears your device down like a 3D feature with a limited amount of apps you can use it with. Thusly - develop! This device is also apparently the first AT&T device to come pre-loaded with Qik for use over wifi - video chat in crystal clarity.
we reviewed the LG Optimus 3D, and the dual-core 3D-recording smartphone is finally showing up in stores. After the Optimus 3D got the official green flag last week, UK retailer Carphone Warehouse has confirmed that it is taking pre-orders for shipments expected from June 27, and ahead of an in-store release on July 7 2011. The Optimus 3D is priced at £499.95 ($808) SIM-free, or from free with a new, two-year agreement. Your money gets you a glasses-free 4.3-inch 3D display, capable of showing 3D images without you needing to wear ridiculous specs, along with a twin 5-megapixel camera on the back for shooting photos and video in the third dimension. On the downside is the fact that, even as the number of Gingerbread smartphones proliferates, LG is still launching the Optimus 3D with Android 2.2. Still, your options for 3D cellphones in the UK are limited, and with the HTC EVO 3D - reviewed this weekend over at SlashGear - not expected in Europe for a while yet, the LG may be your best bet for the moment.