Gizmodo.com released an article today discussing the Optimus 3D smartphone from LG (Gizmodo - LG Optimus 3D ). The specs are pretty impressive for the nerd crowd (me included) out there:
- 4.3 inch screen
- Dual cameras for 3D capable 720p video, 3D images, and 2D 1080p video.
- Dual core 1GHz processor
- 4 GB of dual channel DDR2 RAM memory
- 8 GB of Flash memory storage (the article refers to this as straight up "memory", which is incorrect)
- 1500mAh battery
Let's not forget about the power hungry 4.3 inch screen. LG/Android better have put some good task management built in, so as not to inadvertently drain the battery on standby (I'm looking at you Evo 4G).
Don't get me wrong, I am very excited about this phone. I can't wait to see how it does when released in the coming months, and I think 3D will become standard on hand held devices. The parallax screen technology is perfect for single-viewer applications. I just don't want the portability aspect of smart phones to take a back seat in the car of technology advancement.