Samsung is coming up soon with a 3D mobile phone similar to LG’s Optimus and HTC’s EVO but more innovative.
Initially labeled as Samsung Galaxy 3D and reported as a variation of Galaxy S II except for the “glasses-free”, specific details are dearth except that it features a 4.3-inch glasses-free display running on 1.2GHz dual-core processor (Exynos) with Android 2.3 Gingerbread or, as rumors have it, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. Moreover, two back side cameras can be found and it can transmit 3D contents to 3D-compatible TVs.
The OS upgrade may come later after the official launch possible at the last quarter of the current year. So far, the unit’s 8MP cameras remain as the distinctive feature resembling that of its competitors due to its 3D capture functionality. The development is triggered by Samsung’s vision to maintain its leadership in the IT market. The company’s late entrance to the 3D smartphone world could greatly benefit its stature since it relies heavily on mature software that boost more 3D content in contrast to LG and HTC who have been struggling to improve the 3D mode.