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LG Optimus 3D Review
1 October 2013
Excerpt: The first glasses-free 3D handset is finally upon us and after months of waiting to see what the fuss about it was, we have our very own LG Optimus 3D to review for you. LG has been bringing some great, quality handsets to market and the Optimus 3D steps it up a notch with a new dual-core processor and stereoscopic cameras.
LG Optimus 3D vs Optimus 3D MAX – are there enough changes for an upgrade?
25 March 2012
Conclusion: LG Optimus 3D MAX doesn’t offer many changes inside and out. If you still have last year’s Optimus 3D, an upgrade isn’t really necessary unless you feel the need for new specs and features like streaming 1080p and 3D videos to HD TV, NFC technology, and a faster processor. But if you’re still planning to get a 3D phone, LG Optimus 3D MAX would make a great first.
Conclusion: The first question to ask is, do you own a 3DTV? If you do, the LG Thrill becomes a much more interesting proposition, since any 3D videos or games you can play on the phone can be displayed via HDMI on the big screen, and you can capture your own 3D photos and video at reasonable quality levels.
Conclusion: The LG Thrill 4G does not thrill on many accounts outside of its pretty 3D display. Having said that, no other phone beside the HTC EVO 3D can even claim to have glasses-free 3D, so it’s a plus. This is a good dual-core phone that holds up in most areas beside battery life. We’re hoping LG issues an Android 2.3 update soon. If it did, the battery life may improve quite a bit. Overall, for the $100 price, this is a far better phone than some that AT&T offers.
Pros: 3D display is novel, Has some fun games installed, Solid construction, Dual-core processor, 4.3-inch display, 16GB storage (8GB internal, 8GB SD)
Cons: Poor battery life on idle, Runs Android 2.2, Camera is slow, poor in low light, 3D button doesn't work as camera button, 3D camera adds bulk to phone
Excerpt: The LG Thrill 4G is naturally the AT&T version of the LG Optimus 3D, which we previously reviewed . It’s designed to compete with the HTC EVO 3D on Sprint as a GSM flavored Android phone featuring 3D imaging and display technology. The Thrill 4G also features three technologies that are “dual” in nature; a dual-core processor, dual-channel data transport and memory, and dual-memory chips.
Pros: + Glasses-free 3D screen for 3D games & 3D Movies
Summary: The LG Optimus 3D is an interesting device, there are a lot of things to like about the Optimus 3D, and there are a number of things that let it down, we really liked the 3D features, especially the 3D games. Recording 3D videos is also a nice feature and we also enjoyed watching a few 3D videos on YouTube, although the content is limited with no 3D movies available for the device at the moment.
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Summary: The LG Thrill 4G certainly lives up to its name, as its stunning 3D effects and speedy processor make this $99 handset feel like a steal. Users looking for more battery life in a 3D handset should consider the HTC EVO 3D on Sprint. If you're content with 2D, you may want to wait for the Galaxy S II, which promises even speedier performance in a slimmer body. However, if you want eye-popping 3D in a speedy, affordable package on AT&T's network, your phone has arrived.
Summary: LG Optimus 3D - The world's first full 3D experience phone will give users the ability to view and create 3D content that can be immediately viewed on the phone's glasses-free 3D display. The phone packs a 1GHz OMAP4 dual-core processor, a dual-lens 8MP camera, and a 4.3″ (800 x 480) touchscreen, HDMI output, and DLNA support for easy sharing of multimedia content.
Pros: + 3D record and playback, + HSDPA capable, + HDMI capable, + 5MP main cameras, 3D capable