LG was among the first Android handset manufacturers to come out with 3D screens on phone. While 3D phones have not really been a hit among the consumers, as the Korean company would have liked, the company is still not giving up on the technology.
According to the folks over at PocketNow, LG will be announcing the successor to the LG Optimus 3D – the Optimus 3D 2. Compared to the Optimus 3D, the 3D 2 will have a minor hardware bump, including a 1.2GHz dual-core processor. The 4.3-inch WVGA LCD display will be replaced by an N.O.V.A display of the same size and resolution for better brightness and contrast. The PocketNow tipster also stated that this time the difference between the 2D and the 3D mode on the handset would be somewhat significant.
The 3D 2 will also be much slimmer than its predecessor, pack in more radios and sensors, and feature an improved dual-5MP cameras. Sadly, the handset will be running on Gingerbread whenever LG releases the handsets to the public. LG will be announcing the Optimus 3D 2 at Mobile World Congress next month.