LG Optimus 3D Comes Featuring Wikitude 3D Augmented Reality Browser

May 10, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The LG Optimus 3D now has something more to boast of.  LG Electronics have just announced that the LG Optimus 3D will come incorporated with a  3D browser from Wikitude, the pioneer in Augmented Reality (AR).

The brand new Wikitude 3D browser has been designed in such a way that it enables the user to experience better interaction and engagement with real-time user environments.

The 3D AR shows places, landmarks and objects in 3D, thereby making them easy to differentiate from one another, unlike the 2D AR which displays only overlapped objects.

Users can find out details about their surroundings and also access related Wikipedia articles and Twitter information, with the help of Wikitude 3D browser.

The LG Optimus 3D is also going to be a marvelous device with so many remarkable features. Not all the details regarding the specs are out.

Based on the available details, we must day it would be one awesome device. As the name suggests, the phone will feature glasses-free 3D viewing capabilities along with 3D recording and sharing as well.

Thus it happens to be world’s first handset to have a full 3D platform. It is also the world’s first phone that features dual-core, dual-channel and dual-memory architecture.

The Optimus 3D will be released this summer in Europe. It is expected to reach the US soon after that. We will get more details as soon as we get it. Do you think the device could pose a threat to the HTC EVO 3D? Tell us why you feel so.

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