LG has announced the launch of the evolution of 3D Optimus. The LG Optimus 3D Cube (which in Europe will receive the name of LG Optimus 3D Max) was officially unveiled and promises to be one of the highlights of the MWC 2102 (Mobile World Congress 2012), bringing the main highlighted the fact that the world’s first counting with integrated 3D video editor.
The South Korean manufacturer promises a smartphone with a sleeker design and more powerful hardware resources, the Optimus 3D Cube making a complete platform for 3D entertainment. The Optimus 3D Cube can display content in 2D and 3D on a screen with LG’s exclusive technology. The speed of the 3G network has also been improved so as to be compatible with HSPA + 21 Mbps.
Another innovation offered by LG Optimus 3D Cube is the feature tag + LG that working with NFC technology, allows you to change the phone settings automatically, according to the location where the user is. You can add tags specific to each location frequented by the user, such as “car”, “office” or “sleep”. On each tag, you can configure which features are active on the device, and depending on your location, the Optimus 3D Cube fits established itself to customization by the user.
But the main highlight of LG Optimus 3D Cube is your image editor built in 3D. Now the user can make any necessary changes in the video, anywhere, without the need for special glasses for viewing three-dimensional images. In addition, you can view HD content on a TV with MHL technology (Link High-Definition Mobile).His two 5 megapixel cameras have intelligent capabilities such as the Range Finder, which calculates the distance between camera and subject, and Out-focusing Shot, which improves the quality of the images captured by image processing, using information about the depth the object.
The launch of the LG also has a dual-core processor, 1.2 GHz, 4.3-inch WVGA screen with Corning Gorilla Glass screen, 16 GB of internal memory (with 8GB of storage available), dual rear camera of 5 megapixels , 1520 mAh battery, DLNA connectivity and Android 2.3 (Gingerbread). There’s no price announced.