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Articles tagged with: 3D phone

Is Samsung Planning A 3D Phone?

3D technology offers you an ultimate experience of reality and is widely adopted by the entertainment industry because everyone wants to feel realness in virtual.

Following the footsteps of 3D LED TV vendors, many smartphone companies like HTC and LG are also developing handsets with 3D screens. Now, Samsung has also jumped into the pool.

Casio CA-01C, A Phone With 16.3 Mega-Pixel  Camera!

Japan’s mobile carriers, every summer, are releasing a number of attention-grabbing handsets which are all a part of their summer 2011 program.

The Japanese market too are getting swamped and taken over by smart phones specifically by iPhones and Android, however, the Japanese mobile carriers are persistent too and it seems like they would sit back from introducing their cell phones. Lately they have rolled out some really cool featured smart phones.

America’s First 3D-4G Smart Phone!

3D is a buzz word today, but HTC did a fine job of integrating it into to a smart phone and the users no longer have to use the old looking and sometime even expensive multi colored 3D glasses.

The 4G smart phone is offering real-time voice and data connectivity and downloads speeds up to 10 times faster than 3G.

LG Optimus 3D Takes The U.K. By Storm

The LG Optimus has just taken the United Kingdom by storm, leaving many excited to own this slender piece of technology. The world’s first 3D smartphone will be available for £454.80 for the unlocked/SIM-free model.

Featuring a 4.3″ capacitive touchscreen, and a robust dual-core Texas Instruments processor, the phone boasts of speeds equivalent to 1GHz. The 3D video capture is made possible through two 5MP cameras.

HTC Releases EVO 3D Ad

HTC has released the first commercial for the Evo 3D today, kicking off the phone’s ad campaign. It was just introduced and announced yesterday, at CTIA in Orlando, Florida. As you can see in the ad, the phone design itself is not radically different from past smartphones, keeping with the slim candy bar shape. However, there’s something pretty fantastic about the Evo 3D, as the phone’s name subtly lets everyone know. Not only can users view 3D content without 3D glasses, they can also create their own 3D video, taking …