Quick Review of the LG Optimus 3D
The video, photos, and games in` three dimensions have been introduced in LG Optimus 3D. Most noteworthy, read our full review to find out in this is the next big thing in Smartphones.
The description of LG Optimus 3D includes:
- TI OMAP4430 1GHz dual-core cortex-A9 processor
- Android 2.2 operating system
- 512MB RAM, 8GB built-in storage also with a microSD card slot
- 8mm length; 68mm width and 11.9mm thickness
- A display of 3-inch together with 800×480 pixels display resolution
- It weighs 168g
- Price of £450
- The design of Optimus 3D is classy.
- 168g make it quite heavy.
- There are a headphone jack and power button on the top edge.
- On the right side, there is a microUSB and HDMI port.
- On the right edge, there is a volume rocker button.
- There is a button which lets you access the 3D-hub, therefore, you can choose the things you want to run in 3D-mode, these include YouTube, Camera, Video player, Apps, and Gallery.
- The 3 inches screen with 800×480 pixels display resolution has bright and crisp colours.
- It is great for 3D photographs and video viewing.
- LG Optimus 3D comes with Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
- The screen is a fingerprint magnet which is really annoying.
- Twin camera at the back of the phone allows you to take skills in both 2D and 3D mode.
- You can take 5-megapixel snapshots in 2D while in 3D mode the camera id reduced to 3 megapixels.
- Videos quality at 720p in 3D while in 2D the resolution is 1080p.
Memory & Battery
- The handset comes with 8GB of built-in storage with a slot for external storage for more consumptive users.
- Since apps running in 3D mode are a power eater. Battery drains far more quickly as compared to ordinary smartphones.
- The battery is just average.
- The 1GHz processor is very powerful but a few legs were noticed in between. In conclusion this shows that the software optimization is not that great.
- The current handset runs on Android 2.2 but an update has been promised for the future.
The good points:
- Video viewing experience is really great. As a result, you don’t need glasses for the 3D on Optimus 3D to work, you will just need to look at the screen at precise angles. Once you get used to it, it’s pretty easy to figure out.
- The gaming experience is also amazing!!! Because there are some pre-installed games for trial.
- There is a setting you can use to reduce the 3D-ness to help reduce the strain on the eyes.
The bad points:
- 3D viewing really puts a strain on the eyes.
- If viewed from a different angle the screen seems fuzzy.
- 3D screen sharing is not possible, however you need to physically give the phone to someone for them to see.
- During games, you constantly need to look at the screen at the precise angle.
LG Optimus 3D: Conclusion
Overall this handset is good but it can’t really be recommended as this is the first phone of its type. Since it might improve after a few generations of development. If you are not a big fan of 3D functions, you might want to steer clear of this handset.
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