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.
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…
It was hardly a secret, but today LG's Optimus 3D was borne into a world where dual-core processors and dual cameras are the norm. Seriously, think back to your first cellphone (a Nokia?), and consider how far we've come.
LG will soon show off its newest device: The Optimus 3D. It's a smartphone with a nice assortment of connectivity options such as HDMI and DLNA, a glasses-free 3D display, and a built-in dual-lens 3D camera. What the hell, LG?