January 26, 2011

LG to unveil the LG Optimus 3D at MWC 2011?

The world's first dual-core smartphone powered by an nVidia Tegra 2 processor, the LG Optimus 2X, is not yet for sale in any parts of the world, well except in South Korea. The phone is still a month old, or let me say, less than a month old if you want it that way, and we have rumors here that LG is about to announce a new handset and will join the Optimus line of smartphones. 

Ask yourself, what phone or what features does this phone have? And why this early? Your guess is as good as mine. But let me just lay down some evidences so that we can narrow those guesses or ideas we have in our minds.

Lets go back to CES 2011, where LG showcased their glass-less 3D smartphone screen. Well the technology is not yet perfect but with time that can be perfected and who knows, LG might have just been teasing us by using a not so perfect prototype while the real (perfected) screen is in their South Korea base.

Just yesterday or the day before yesterday, we got some leaked slides from nVidia. The slides showed nVidia's roadmap for 2011, and what is on the slide? Well, the thing that LG needs for that glass-less 3D screen to work on to a smartphone and that's nVidia Tegra 2 3D processor. 

The photo above is an invitation that LG will be unveiling/announcing (whatever you want to call it) something during MWC 2011, specifically on February 14, 2011 at 11am. Now we did not have any other LG Optimus or any LG smartphone that got leaked, rumored or whatnot, except for this idea that LG might be announcing the LG Optimus 3D.

Oh well, whatever that Optimus is, I do hope it's the 3D type. By that, LG will be putting a mark on the mobile industry, introducing the world's thinnest, brightest, and the first dual-core powered smartphone is something that make eyes pop and jaws drop and to top them all up the world's first 3D smartphone.

Technology, don't you just love it?

Source: BGR


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