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.
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.
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.
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
Excerpt: The Optimus 3D Max is perhaps the most puzzling entry in LG’s 2012 lineup. Priced at €499.99 (around $635) SIM-free in the EU, it's something of a second flagship (behind the incoming Optimus 4X HD ) for the Korean conglomerate, and as such represents a big risk.
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Cons: 3D sweet spot is too small, Awful skin, Buggy software, Outdated OS, Lackluster specs, Ugly design
LG Optimus 3D Max – maximum 3D in a thin and light body
26 February 2012
Conclusion: The Optimus 3D Max will initially be powered by Android 2.3 Gingerbread, which is quite a weird decision seeing as Ice Cream Sandwich is out, but an update to ICS will be available right away, so it’s not that much of an issue.
Conclusion: The LG Optimus 3D Max is simply a remarkable smartphone. With 4.3 inch screen and dual 5 megapixel camera for 2D and 3D it will impress the audience. 3D features are exceptionally great and easy to use. But the front VGA camera is depressing as it grains while on a video call.
Summary: LG Optimus 3D Max is one of the few 3D smartphones available in the Mobile Market. The phone is developed by LG and it is the second phone in Optimus 3D series. By introducing this phone in the market, LG have indicated that they are interested to develop the 3D mobile technology and also have shown...
Summary: • Dolby Mobile and SRS sound enhancement • 3D Video Editor • Convert 2D Games, Movies, Photos to 3D in real time and vice-versa • Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass included • Supports HTML5 and Adobe Flash • Document viewer/editor, Organizer, Voice memo/dial/commands and Predictive text input...
Summary: You saw the LG Optimus 3D Max Unboxing last month , here is the complete review of the 3D phone, successor of the Optimus 3D t hat we review last year . It was announced at MWC 2012 earlier this year. It went on sale in India last month, and was officially launched later. Let’s get into the review.
Pros: Good build, Stereoscopic 3D and 1080p video recording, 3D Converter
Cons: No dedicated camera key, Runs on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread), 3D Games and Videos are limited