LG has made it official and unveiled the Optimus 3D. It is the worlds first full 3D phone which supports 3D playback and recording. Simultaneously LG has also announced its tie up with YouTube 3D, the phone comes pre-loaded with a special version of YouTube which allows users to share their 3D recorded content on a dedicated YouTube channel.
With 3D capabilities on the LG Optimus 3D you can expect:
3D menu system
3D playback and recording (@ 720p)
You do not require 3D glasses to view 3D content on the phone. The sad part is the phone comes with Froyo and not Gingerbread. Android 2.3 will be available as a upgrade later on. The phone is powered by 1 GHz OMAP4 dual-core processor, 8GG onboard memory and features dual 5MP cameras for 720p video recording in 3D mode, and 1080p when in 2D mode, 4.3-inch WVGA glasses-free display, DLNA connectivity, Wi-Fi, HDMI and Bluetooth.
Since the phone has a HDMI out and DLNA, this means you can share your 3D content on a 3D HDTV. The phone is expected to launch in Q2. In the UK it is going to be available with Three. No pricing was given at this point of time.