It appears that, despite disappointing sales figures, LG are soon to launch a thinner, slightly more powerful version of their 3D smartphone debut – the LG Optimus 3D.
According to pocketnow.com, LG’s next foray into 3D smartphones is code-named the CX2. So what are the rumoured differences? The Texas Instruments processor is stepped up to 1.2 GHZ (not much different to the original’s 1GHZ chip). LG have kept the same screen resolution (800 X 480) and dimensions but introduced NOVA technology as found in the LG P970 for brighter images.
The handset has also been slimmed down to 10 millimetres thick (from the 12 millimetres of the LG Optimus 3D).
Apart from the above, it appears that there are few differences and upgrades to a handset which was released almost a year ago now. Official technical specifications are likely to be announced at the Mobile World Congress next month where it is expected Samsung will announce a 3D Galaxy phone featuring dual 8 megapixel cameras.
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