Summary: 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, Fast dual-core performance, 3D Photo and Video Recording, 1080p 2D video recording, 30fps video recording, HDMI output
Cons: Poor battery life depending on usage, Ships with 16-month-old Android 2.2 Froyo, A bit thick, 3D screen can make your eyes tired, 3D effect doesn’t support head tracking or angle of incident
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.
Pros: Fast performance, Good sound, Fun 3D experience, Great price
Conclusion: To wrap things up I'll go ahead and post a few more photos for everyone to enjoy. It was really quite fun working with the Thrill 4G this week or so. At first I didn't like the covers on the ports but I've grown to like them and its now a preference instead of just something I'd deal with. I myself don't own a 3D TV or I'd have tried out some 3D videos that is for sure, watching it from the device is plenty enjoyable if you are ok with just having 4.3" of real estate.