On 23rd of April, LG introduced to Europe, its newest, second generation 3D mobile phone, called LG Optimus 3D Max P720. Even though 3D mobile phones didn’t become the next big high, LG is pushing forward and improving the 3D technologies implemented in their phones. At the moment, this phone holds every 3D enhancement technology that LG has to offer, in it. They consider that, with these enhancements, it will wow the customers and hook them onto 3D phones for good.
The specifications of the device itself are nothing special but, the technologies are. It has a 4.3 inch WVGA 3D display that is protected by Gorilla Glass 2(that seems to become a standard nowadays), with a pixel density of 217ppi or, resolution of 480×800 pixels. Its body has a bit smaller dimension than its predecessor, with overall thickness of 9.6mm and its 20g lighter. It has a 1.2GHz dual-core Cortex-A9 processor and a PowerVR SGX540 GPU, 1GB RAM and 8GB of internal storage. For now it works on Android 2.3 but, it will be upgradable up to Android 4.0. Like every 3D phone so far, it comes with stereoscopic cameras that have a sensor with 5MP, which can shoot a full HD 30fps video, in 2D, or a 720p qHD with 30fps, in 3D.The front camera is a VGA. It has a dedicated button that gives you an instant switch between capturing 2D, or 3D picture, or video.
Except for the standard Wi-Fi a/b/g/n connection it has NFC and a micro USB port, with something special; a (MHDL) link than can offer you a high resolution conversion, from your phone to your TV. Included in the phone is a 3D Converter that will convert a great bunch of 2D programs and material into 3D format; it includes Google Maps, Google Earth and other map applications. Also, it has an implemented editor that will give you the option to edit the 3D video taken with the phone, in real time.