Phone sizes keep creeping up, to the point where I worry using a 10.1-inch tablet will soon become the norm. If rumors are correct, Sony Ericsson's thinking big with their first glasses-free 3D phone—a possible PlayStation phone, perhaps?
Given the HTC Evo 3D actually hurt our poor reviewer Sam's eyes, do you really want to put your own eyeballs through similar pain? Would you actually pay for that privilege? If so, the TOYin3D should be added to your sadist-wishlist.
This Kickstarter project is actually a great idea, if you've been eyeing up LG and HTC's 3D phones enviously. It works by basically adding another camera sensor to the iPhone, via the Sthreeam dongle you attach to the base.
The HTC Evo 3D is the first major 3D phone to hit these shores, but the price tag doesn't reflect the bonus dimension; according to this leaked RadioShack flier, the handset will cost $200 on-contract. And ship with a movie!
LG's pinched Layar's idea and made it 3D, though I suppose Wikitude is partly to blame/thank too. They're calling it the world's first 3D AR browser, and it'll only be available on LG's Optimus 3D phone for starters.
When in doubt, go 3D. Hey, it's working so well for everyone else, so why shouldn't Nokia have a stab too? A patent has arisen showing a Nintendo 3DS-style dual-screen phone with both 2D and (glassesless) 3D screens. Dual-cameras would shoot 3D content similar to LG's G-Slate/Optimus Pad and Optimus 3D/Thrill 4G…
You might have guessed that LG's Optimus 3D smartphone would come bearing a steep price-tag, but did you imagine it would be in the region of $800? Dual-core processors and 3D cameras don't come cheap, which is why UK online retailer Expansys has listed a £514.99 ($835) price for it. Supposedly it hits shelves April…