LG Shows Off The LG Optimus 3D At Google IO And An After Party

All eyes were on LG on day two at Google IO. They had the LG Optimus 3D (The LG Thrill on AT&T) on display for developers alike to see and play with.  After day two of Google IO, LG had an invitation only party for developers and some members of the press to hear from LG’s lead on the Optimus 3D, Henry Nho.

“The LG Girl” led a presentation at the party that focused on the 3D technology, as well as the dual core, dual channel, OMAP 4 processor that fuels the LG Optimus 3D. It’s a beast of a device.  We received one to keep at the party and I’ve been using it all day. The display is sharp and the 1ghz dual core, dual channel, OMAP 4 processor breezes through any application and multi-task situation with ease.

More including video and specs after the break

According to Nho, the LG Optimus 3D “dwarfed everything else” including the latest Qualcomm Snap Dragon Processor, Samsung’s Hummingbird Processor and even the Nvidia Tegra-2.

The version we received has the radios for HSPA+ on both AT&T and T-Mobile, however LG confirmed the first roll out partner stateside would be AT&T. When running a T-Mobile SIM we received way better “4G” speeds than when we used an AT&T SIM.

Other specs for the LG Optimus 3D include:
4.3″ 3D LCD capacitive touchscreen
16 million colors
proximity sensor
8gb internal storage
512mb RAM
microSD expandable to 32gb
Dual 5mp rear facing, 3D Stereoscopic camera
Front facing camera

2 Replies to “LG Shows Off The LG Optimus 3D At Google IO And An After Party”

  1. The TI processors is to me the most interesting thing one the market. I remember a few months ago when they debuted them developmentally I was impressed. Things move so fast now it is almost confusing to me (been in IT hardware/network/software support for 18 years) a general consumer forget about it. The next thing to go along with that is that TI has already released the follow up Omap 5 processors. These chips are very detailed technically from the ground up with separate processors for everything.

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