The first point to note in this terminal is set to “Tri-Dual”, this means that everything is dual, namely dual-core and dual channel memory, which gives us a really good performance, having an
advantage over dual-core smartphones but with a single channel memory, at least in theory (which is still a multi-tasking conditions)
On the other hand, the new LG 3D Optimus has a 5 MP camera dual lens, and, as a result, we can capture videos in 3D and then play them on the 4.3-inch WVGA screen, also in 3D without glasses.
This screen allows you to view 2D and 3D to 1080p to 720p.
To make the experience more enjoyable 3D, LG has added a hot key to switch to that mode and five applications: Photos, Camera, Games and Applications, Youtube 3D and 3D Guide
However, the burning question: the launch. Is expected to occur during the second quarter and to start in Europe (applause), rather than in the U.S., which is what is being normal.
The operating system will launch Android 2.2, and you can upgrade to 2.3, hopefully in a very short time, although this is more a matter of the operators, and, personally, I trust rather little of them, so I could have taken with the 2.3 directory (in what they were thinking!)
But except this little problem on the OS, looks set to be a mobile that can (and should) once again revolutionize the market.
Without more, we leave the technical specifications so that you can compare with others:
- Dual-Core Processor Dual Channel 1 GHz (Texas Instruments OMAP4)
- 3D Screen 4.3-inch WVGA
- Memory for 8 GB and 4 GB DDR2 LP
- Battery of 1,500 mAh
- Dual Lens Camera 5 MP
- 2D: Recording and playback MPEG-4/H.264 1080
- 3D: Recording and playback 720p H.264 SEI
- HSPA +, DLNA / HDMI 1.4
- H.264, H.263, DivX, MKV, WMV-9, ASF, AVI, 3GP, MP4