LG and YouTube to Bring A New Era of True 3D Mobile Experience
LG has these new cool 3D phones called Optimus 3D. LG Electronics (LG) and YouTube have announced a partnership to provide 3D mobile experience to users. LG’s upcoming Android-powered premium smartphones will enable users not only to capture and view 3D videos without glasses, but also to upload and share them instantly with others via YouTube.
The partnership with Google’s YouTube will see more users generate and access the content from the phone.
The LG Optimus 3D are powered by a dual-core, simultaneous dual-channel and dual-memory which is named “Tri-Dual”. The phones will be unveiled at the 2011 Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. The Android-powered Optimus 3D will be available globally starting in the second quarter of 2011.
The LG Optimus 3D will be introduced at the Mobile World Congress together with the LG Optimus Pad, a true Android tablet optimized with Honeycomb Operating System designed to offer the full viewing experience of a tablet while still being easy to hold with one hand. The LG Optimus Pad is the world`s first tablet with a built-in 3D camera, enabling users to capture vivid image and video content to be viewed on a high definition 3D TV or shared on the web via YouTube 3D.
Equipped with a 1GHz OMAP4 dual-core processor and four times more video decoders than competing designs, the LG Optimus 3D doubles the graphics performance of its nearest competitor allowing users to enjoy superb performance while web surfing, running applications and enjoying multimedia content.
In addition, the LG Optimus 3D provides the world`s first full 3D experience covering the full spectrum from recording to viewing and sharing 3D content. It features a dual-lens camera that enables users to capture any moment in true 3D which can then be viewed immediately on the 4.3-inch WVGA glasses-free display. Multiple connectivity options including HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) and DLNA (Digital Living Network Alliance) also make it easy for users to transfer their recorded content to other devices.