By Anton D. Nagy | May 24, 2011 7:08 AM
The LG Optimus 3D didn’t manage to become the world’s first 3D smartphone — there was at least the Sharp Lynx 3D ahead of it — but managed to set two other “world’s first” record by shipping with the world’s first 3D AR browser and by having a “tri-dual configuration”.
In the latest Optimus 3D video, LG is showing the world what it means to have a “tri-dual” configuration. The smartphone sports a combo of dual core processor, dual channel and dual memory architecture. This is delivered with the help of the TI OMAP4 chipset which should offer great performance and user experience. Watch the video presentation below and wait for it to hit AT&T as the Thrill 4G.