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Abhishek Swain
Abhishek Swain • Feb 22, 2012

LG Optimus Max 3D Being Revealed At MWC 2012

LG is going to unveil the new Optimus Max 3D smartphone later this month at the Mobile World Congress. Initially the handset will come loaded with Android 2.3 (Ginger bread) and bear powerful 3D technology features. The phone has all those features that would make it the perfect competitor in the market and is going to impose serious pressure on people’s mind to choose their best smartphone.


The device packs a powerful 1.2 GHz processor (TI's OMAP 4430 chip) to run the Android 2.3 OS smoothly. However the company promises to introduce Ice Cream Sandwich version of the device after the phone rolls into markets of Korea and Europe. The smartphone includes the advanced HSPA+ network technology bundled with a built-in 21 Mbps modem, HDMI output supporting both 2D and 3D visions, 8GB of internal storage and an integrated NFC (Near Field Communication) chip.

Interestingly the device incorporates two 5 megapixel dual lens cameras which will more or less capture all magical moments of your life into ultra clear, lifelike images. In addition, the company has included the 2D to 3D converter allowing users to convert images of Google Earth and Google Maps to 3D with ease. This new phone has also got some excellent stereoscopic features which are still not disclosed by the company.

Source: GigaOm

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