Early this morning, LG decided to officially unveil their latest 3D effort, in the Optimus 3D MAX. We’ve heard about this particular device plenty in the past, and it’s good that LG didn’t go with a combination of letters and numbers for the official launch. But, with a mysterious international launch plan for this newest effort from LG, it’s anyone’s guess if the Optimus 3D MAX will have any impact on the market at all.
The Optimus 3D MAX by LG features a 4.3-inch “LG-exclusive brightened” WVGA display, with a 1.2GHz dual-core processor under the hood. It will house 8GB of built-in storage, with a 5MP dual-lense camera on the back. It will be launching with Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box, but LG says it will be upgraded to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich “soon after launch.”
The handset is expected to launch in Korea this March, and then begin a gradual international release to other markets, where Europe will be the first. A price has yet to be determined, obviously.
via The Verge