LG Optimus 3D Max

Just as we found out that LG has decided to put all tablet development on hold for the time being and only concentrate on Android-based smartphones, we have been introduced to two new handsets from the company. Well, not exactly introduced, as both phones were unveiled some time ago, but reacquainted with the Optimus 3D Max and Optimus L7. The duo has been made official for the Indian market, where they’ve already started selling, but are still nowhere to be found in several other markets across the world, including the United States. First up, we have the Optimus 3D Max,…

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It’s been a good three years since Avatar ignited a 3D boom in the entertainment and tech industry. Though the 3D hype didn’t really translate into sales for many manufacturers that tried to 3D-ify everything, LG thinks there’s still room for a new 3D smartphone, the LG Optimus 3D Max. Don’t be fooled by the last part of the name, because the phone actually lost in the thickness and weight department. The LG Optimus 3D Max comes in a thinner 9.6mm body and weighs 20 g less than its predecessor. Just like its predecessor, the LG Optimus 3D, this second generation…

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Despite the fact that Android-based smartphones with 3D capabilities haven’t exactly taken off, the Koreans at LG are still trying to make a push in this market niche and will release in the near future their next 3D-enabled handheld, the Optimus 3D Max. LG’s Optimus 3D was the first ever 3D smartphone to hit the market last April, and, while this 3D Max should be an upgraded version of that handheld, it doesn’t look like a device to really look forward to. At least that’s what we can make from a few benchmark scores leaked by Greek website PostPC.gr yesterday and…