Summary: La principal ventaja que tiene LG Optimus 3D Max en el mercado, al igual que el modelo 3D anterior, es la de poder jugar con imágenes tridimensionales. Mejora el apartado de la memoria RAM , con 512 MB más, y el procesador alcanza velocidades mayores con un máximo de 1,2 GHz. Por otra parte, el LG Optimus 3D Max está apuntando a un público específico, es un móvil de gama alta para aquellos que disfrutan jugando con las imágenes y creando divertidas imágenes...
Summary: El nuevo LG Optimus 3D Max es un sucesor digno del primer Optimus 3D , sigue siendo uno de los pocos móviles capaces de jugar con imágenes en tres dimensiones y además ofrece más memoria RAM y un proces ador de doble núcleo más eficiente que el del primer Optimus 3D . La cámara de fotos graba con gran calidad y los videos en 3D son atractivos, además de contar con la posibilidad de mejorar algunos juegos y aplicaciones para que aprovechen los efectos de profundidad del...
Summary: Yet another 3D phone, but then again, this is also aimed at a very specific and limited demographic. Performance wise, it is almost at par with the Motorola Atrix 2, but then again, you will pay a premium for the 3D functionality. Which, quite frankly, is a novelty feature. You may only consider this, if you are a fan of viewing your content three dimensions! Others can consider more powerful smartphones in the meantime.
Pros: 3D works, for the most part, Up-conversion feature is a huge bonus, Very bright LCD, Well-built
Cons: Needs more powerful specs in this price bracket, Still runs on a dated OS, 3D performance limited by display size
Summary: It’s not every day you get to use a smartphone that can display your favorite educational video clips and images in 3D. As a feature it is very attractive but 3D viewing may not be everyone’s thing. Some can really enjoy it to the max while others might end up with a migraine. It is not a multimedia powerhouse but it can handle your multimedia needs with an added twist. Performance is good, no lags. The camera is fantastic but has a gloomy effect.
Excerpt: LG hasn’t had a ton of commercial success with its Android phones in the United States, but in Europe and other regions, its Optimus brand has been doing well. Last year, we reviewed the LG Thrill 4G , an AT&T rebranding of LG’s Optimus 3D phone. It was a dual-core Android handset with glasses-free 3D built right into the screen, similar to the Nintendo 3DS and HTC EVO 3D (if you happened to see that phone before it’s quick death).
Pros: 3D display is fun, Solid construction, NFC tags
Cons: Poor battery life, Buttons and navigation confusing, Runs Android 2.3, Camera is slow and bad in low light, Shutter button doesn't work well, 3D is still gimmicky
Conclusion: LG makes one of the very few phones for 3D shenanigans with the Optimus 3D and now the Optimus 3D MAX . If we leave the 3D aspect aside, the 3D MAX it is a bit heavy mid-range device with run-of-the mill dual-core processor and WVGA screen resolution. On top of that it takes mediocre pictures, regardless if 2D or 3D, and has a substandard battery life when it comes to talk time.
Pros: Glasses-free 3D screen and 3D pics/video capture, 2D to 3D converter for apps, pictures and video, 3D gaming, Metal buttons and port lids class it up
Cons: Modest spec bump comes at too high of a price, Mediocre pics and video quality in both 2D and 3D, Substandard battery life
Conclusion: The LG Optimus 3D Max and the original Optimus 3D are so much alike you may have trouble figuring out the differences. Minor changes can sometimes make a big difference but one particular difference is not so hard to notice and, to us, it may as well be the decider in favor of the 3D Max. The sequel is notably slimmer and lighter than the original, so there's proof that handheld 3D viewing can come in a compact package.
Pros: Quad-band GSM and 3G support, 21 Mbps HSDPA and 5.76 Mbps HSUPA, 4.3" 16M-color capacitive LCD stereoscopic touchscreen of WVGA resolution (480 x 800 pixels), Android OS v2.3 Gingerbread with LG 3D UI, Dual-core 1.2GHz ARM Cortex-A9 proccessor, PowerVR SGX540 GPU, TI OMAP4430 chipset, 1 GB RAM, 8GB internal storage, Dual 5 MP autofocus cameras, LED flash; stereoscopic 3 MP pictures, face detection and geotagging, 1080p@30fps video recording, stereoscopic 720p@30fps vi...
Cons: Runs Gingerbread, Less than impressive camera performance, Still limited third-party 3D apps market, Questionable outdoor performance, Not the best dual-core performance,, Got rid of the microHDMI port, MHL instead
LG returns to the third dimension, but is it anything more than a shallow gimmick?
18 May 2012
Summary: The Optimus 3D Max feels more like an obligatory product refresh than a new device. Its predecessor was a relatively weak choice almost a year ago, and apart from a slightly slimmer body, nothing has really improved here.
Pros: 3D movies look great, 3D converter has potential, LG Tag+ is useful, Seems built to last
Cons: 3D sweet spot is too small, Awful skin, Buggy software, Outdated OS, Lackluster specs, Ugly design
Summary: The LG Optimus 3D Max is priced at Rs. 30,500. It’s not exactly fair to compare it with the likes of the HTC One S (which we're in the process of reviewing), the Galaxy Note , the Xperia S and the others as this phone has its own little niche. However, it’s important to note that this is version two of the phone, there is still not enough 3D content and LG hasn’t done much to improve it, either.