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Amazon officially announces the Fire Phone with emphasis on 3D features

Amazon’s long rumored 3D smartphone, the Fire Phone has gone official in Seattle not too long ago. The CEO of the company, Jeff Bezos himself was available during the event to announce the new handset. As expected, the smartphone is heavily emphasized towards 3D features making it unique among the current crop of smartphones. The Fire

3D ZOPO ZP600+ Gets Announced, Priced At $200

Zopo is one of the better Chinese brands that comes up with great quality smartphones at affordable prices.  Just recently the company launched the 8-core Zopo ZP998 and the quad-core Zopo ZP700. Following on the lead of these two devices is the newly launched ZOPO ZP600+ which comes with a 3D functionality that allows consumers

So Samsung Was Right About 3D

While we prepare to embark on the GSMA’s Mobile World Congress 2012 in Barcelona we’re pretty confident that one thing we won’t see this year is 3D phones. Last year, at around this time, we were looking for two things; more dual core smartphones and tablets and more 3D.  We got the 3D part in

AT&T LG Thrill Finally Coming September 4th: Official

Finally, after months and months the LG Optimus 3D will make it’s official way onto US shores as the LG Thrill.. This glasses-less 3D Android phone is backed by a dual channel Texas Instruments OMAP processor. It can take 3D stills and video as well as playback 3D stills and video. It’s also great for

Panasonic Looking To Put Android In De Plane De Plane

Although Panasonic hasn’t introduced an Android handset, last year at IFA a spokesperson confirmed to thedroidguy that they did have plans to get involved with the Android Operating System. Apparently what they had in mind was an Android upgrade to their line of airline inflight entertainment systems. Panasonic’s most recent inflight entertainment system, dubbed “Merge”

Samsug Leaving Mobile 3D On The Table For Now

Samsung’s Jim Powell, head of product management for Samsung Mobile UK told techradar.com today that while Samsung is watching LG and other’s 3D displays on mobile phones Samsung doesn’t have a  rival product waiting in the wings. Both Samsung and LG are global leaders in consumer electronics. Both companies are based in Korea and both