It's exactly what we were expecting anyway, but it's still good to see the words in front of us: LG has issued a press release confirming the LG Optimus 3D's presence at Mobile World Congress in a fortnight's time.
The Korean electronics giant had left very little to the imagination by issuing a teaser invite last week titled “Into the New Dimension”. But while 3D was clearly a given on the latest Optimus contender, the rest of its spec remained open to speculation.
Sadly, aside from the confirmation that glasses-free 3D is headed our way at MWC, LG is still giving very little away. We are told that the Optimus 3D “addresses the lack of 3D content issue” by packing a dual-lens camera to help you create your own, while “diverse connectivity options” include the very-much-expected HDMI wired and DLNA wireless options.
And that's about it, aside from the vague assertion that the Optimus 3D will be LG's “most advanced smartphone to date”. Does that mean a dual-core processor? Probably. Could it simply be referring to its 3D smarts? Possibly.
We'll just have to wait until MWC kicks off on February 14 to find out more about the world's first 3D smartphone. Rest assured, we'll be getting our hands and our eyes on the autostereoscopic baby just as quickly as we can.
Luckily, the folks over at Phandroid have made finding it a little easier by nabbing an exclusive pre-release shot of the Optimus 3D, and have plenty of speculation as to what it has to offer courtesy of its insider 'tipster'.