Mobile 3D Experience via the LG Optimus 3D Phone

lg optimus 3d phone

The LG Optimus 3D phone lets you experience 3D on your mobile phone! This revolutionary device breaks all boundaries as the one of the first of its kind in the market today.

3D Gaming

The LG Optimus P920 is a 3D smart phone powered by Android OS Froyo (upgradable to v4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich). So its Android apps download to the max with this phone. But other than the usual applications, 3D gaming is also possible. The screen allows you adjust the 3D level within the game. Some 3D games downloadable for free include Nova, Gulliver’s Travels, Asphalt 6, and Lets Golf 2.

Glasses Free 3D

This 168 g phone is also the sole device which permits 3D viewing without glasses via its 4”3 inches (5.07 x 2.68 x 0.47 in dimension) wide screen LCD capacitive touch screen. It’s 16 M colors, 480 x 800 pixels, and ~217 ppi pixel density is protected by the corning gorilla glass.


These icons are familiar as I’m sure you’ve seen them on various devices including smart TVs, DVD players, and gaming consoles. The LG Optimus P920 enables content sharing through any device with HDMI or DLNA technology.

Real Time Recording

You can capture real time 3D images and videos with its 5 MP dual cameras (2592х1944 pixels, autofocus, and LED flash). Videos are at 1080p@30fps (frames per second) for 2D and 720p@30fps for 3D. It also comes with video stabilization capability.

YouTube 3D

You can upload videos on the first ever 3D YouTube channel.

Hot Keys

You can easily switch the device from 2D to 3D and vice versa using accessible hot keys.

Other notable features include a dual core CPU, 8 GB storage with 512 MB RAM, microSD expandable up to 32 GB, Wi-Fi hotspot capacity, and Li-Ion 1500 mAh battery which allows up to 450 hours on standby and Up to 13 hours (2G) or 9 hours (3G) talk time.


The LG Optimus 3D phone was released on July 2011 and is available through stores online and offline. Click here to purchase it at Amazon.

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