LG’s first 3D handheld device, the Optimus 3D isn’t finished getting done up for the beauty pageant…ok, release date. The electronics giant is adding a Wikitude 3D browser which will be the first one we’ve seen. When you’re getting directions, how about viewing a 3D image of important landmarks? All of these possibilities should help the Optimus 3D in regards to overall interest and sales.
We’re starting to see just how the 3D technology is going to affect the way we see web browsing. LG is really setting the bar here, because while the new is big, that isn’t the biggest part of it all. What’s really hitting hard is the fact that the first generation devices in lines like this will be already implementing similar technology. This helps to drive things further as we get into second and third generation units. I know, let’s not get ahead of ourselves, but the possibilities are truly seeming endless.
The UK market can get their hands on an Optimus 3D this summer, and since first being unveiled, it seems that LG isn’t shy about making some amendments. Sure, it was impressive to a certain extent initially, but learning information like this only heightens the anticipation for the release. Hmmm, I’m sure LG had never thought about that…right…
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