Posted by admin | 3D Phones,HTC EVO | Tuesday 4 October 2011 21:33

A phone that sees the world like you do, in 3D

Now your photos can have as much depth as the moment itself. HTC EVO 3D captures your photos and videos in 3D, plus you can view them without the glasses. The stunning 4.3-inch qHD display gives you crisp websites, vivid images and incredibly fluid videos.


Capture and view life in 3D – no glasses required

Released October 10th, 2011
Size: 126.1mm x 65.4mm x 11.3mm 4.96″ x 2.57″ x 0.44″
Weight: 170 grams (6.0 ounces) with battery
Display: 4.3-inch 3D touch screen
Screen: 109 mm (4.3″)
  • Dual 5 megapixel camera lenses and a 720p HD camcorder with stereo sound recording let you capture an immersive life that jumps out at you.
  • Stream photos or videos to your big screen TV via DLNA so you can share comfortably to a bigger audience.
  • A personal Wi-Fi hotspot anytime, anywhere lets you share your Internet connection with multiple devices wirelessly.
  • Find more information about anything you read with a quick lookup tool that lets jump to Wikipedia, YouTube or Google Dictionary.
  • Zero-wait, zero-cost maps. Download maps to your phone for instant loading and no data roaming charges when you’re traveling.

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Sharp 3D Phone

Posted by admin | 3D Phones,Sharp | Thursday 18 August 2011 17:33

Sharp Aquos Phone SH-12C has 3D cameras, qHD resolution, Gingerbread filling

By Vlad Savov

The HTC EVO 3D and LG Optimus 3D just got themselves a new buddy in the three-dee picture-taking arena in the shape of Sharp’s Aquos Phone SH-12C. We know, that name just rolls off the tongue. What’s remarkable about the 12C is that the dual cameras on its back go all the way up to 8 megapixels (to the EVO 3D’s 5), which will be creating quite the tasty workload for the 1.4GHz Qualcomm MSM8255 chip contained within. A qHD (540 x 960) screen resolution also keeps up with HTC’s latest, though the 4.2-inch, 3D-capable display on the Aquos offers more pixel density and less in absolute real estate. Android 2.3, replete with some evident customizations, will serve as the OS, and 720p video recording in 3D will also be available when Sharp launches the 12C in Japan on May 20th.

LG Optimus 3D

Posted by admin | 3D Phones,LG Optimus | Monday 13 June 2011 17:39

LG Optimus 3D

LG Optimus 3D - 3D stereoscopic cameras

Amongst the swathe of identikit, big-screen smartphones here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, one phone already stands out. It isn’t because it’s super-powerful, it isn’t because of its industrial design, it’s because it’s the only phone that does something completely different:

3D screen, 3D camera, 3D video, and 3D gaming


Main feature:

  • 3D technology — auto-stereoscopic, parallax barrier 3D screen.
  • You don’t need glasses to view content on the LG Optimus 3D – it comes right out of the screen at you.

LG Optimus 3D

Hit the button on the phone’s edge and a 3D menu carousel hovers into view, seeming to rise up out of the screen’s surface. From here you have quick access to all the phone’s 3D features: the camera, the dedicated YouTube 3D app, and a handful of 3D games. When you’re not in one of the 3D apps or viewing 3D material, the screen simply reverts to standard mode.

LG Optimus 3D - 3D button


  • 3D menu
  • Twin autofocus 5-megapixel cameras on the rear, spaced 24mm apart from each other.
  • To shoot in 3D, simply tap a toggle switch in the camera app:
    • in 3D this gives you 1,280 x 720 resolution footage,
    • recorded side-by-side; in 2D the video resolution
    • full HD (1080p).

Once you’ve recorded the footage, there are plenty of options:

  • The phone has an HDMI 1.4 output, so you can pipe recordings directly to your 3D-enabled TV.
  • You can upload with a single tap to YouTube, which supports 3D video; and you can watch those videos, and the rest of YouTube’s 3D content, on the 3D screen courtesy of a dedicated YouTube 3D app included with the phone.

Additional features:

  • The screen is 4.3 in diagonal and a resolution of 480 x 800.
  • The processor – a dual-core, “dual channel” 1GHz Texas Instruments OMAP4 CPU
  • 8GB of storage and 4GB of LP DDR2 RAM
  • It’s running Android 2.2 (with an upgrade to 2.3 on the way):
    • 14Mbits/sec HSDPA, 802.11N Wi-Fi
    • measures 68 x 11.9 x 128.8mm (WDH)
    • weighs 168g
    • 1,500 mAh battery