Reviews and Problems with LG Optimus 3D P920 / Swift 3D / SU760 / Optimus P925G / Thrill 4G / P929
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LG Optimus 3D Review: In Depth
5 December 2013
Conclusion: The LG Optimus 3D is an impressive smartphone make no mistake, but not one that really makes us want to rush out and buy a glasses-less 3D TV set. With the current 3D bloom in its infancy we think that this phone will appeal to early adopters and those who do have compatible 3D TVs at home. That said, with HTC’s Evo 3D around the corner those bitten by the 3D bug will have to weigh up what they want more from their smartphone - 3D gaming or 3D movie-watching.
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
Conclusion: We really like the LG Thrill 4G, especially at the surprisingly low $99 contract price. It's a fast dual core Android phone, and though we're a little disappointed that it runs Android OS 2.2 Froyo, AT&T says it will get the Gingerbread 2.3 upgrade. The Thrill has a large display and solid build, though the display doesn't wow us in 2D mode.
Pros: High end specs and performance at a low price, enjoyable 3D.
Excerpt: In an ultra competitive market, smartphones must evolve. At the 2011 Mobile World Congress, LG showed what their next evolutionary step in smartphones would be. The LG Optimus 3D is the first smartphone with a glasses free 3D display! Find out if...
Excerpt: LG’s Optimus 3D combines a fast processor, Google’s Android operating system and technology for capturing photos and video in 3D and viewing them – without special eyewear – on its own 3D display. We can't actually photograph how the 3D jumps from the screen, but we can show you how two images blend (left) to form a 3D image (right).
Pros: 3D camera provides good images in decent light, Feels sturdy and well made
Cons: 3D camera struggles in darker environments, No flash for 3D camera, Older version of Android OS, Onscreen keyboard could be better
Conclusion: The LG Optimus 3D P920 has been teasing the mobile phone enthusiasts with its leaked video. The promo videos about the phone are causing a stir and consumers along with tech freaks are eager to know when this handset is going to release in the UK market. It was announced in January and expected to be released in the spring of 2011.
Pros: 3D effect with naked eye, 32 GB memory, Wi Fi, 3G
Excerpt: A standard Android design places four buttons at the screen bottom, and you'll find HDMI and MicroUSB connections, plus a volume rocker and power button on the side. Nothing new here, one might think. But turn over the LG Optimus 3D P920: if the twin 5Mp lenses don't give away this Android phone 's forward-thinking technology, the '3D stereoscopic' slogan will.