LG are rumoured to be using next months MWC 2012 show to reveal their second 3D smartphone, the LG Optimus 3D 2.
The successor to last year’s Optimus 3D, it’s currently knocking around the rumour mill with the codename CX2 attached.
Said to be slimmer than its predecessors’ at 10mm thick, it’s thought to run off of a 1.2GHz TI processor with a 4.3 inch glasses-free 3D display. Screen resolution looks set to land at 800 x 480, while the same Nova technology found in the Optimus Black will offer 700nits of brightness, giving 3D content a boost as well as helping to view the phone’s screen comfortably in direct sunlight.
The Optimus 3D was a bit of a niche phone when it launched last year, and with LG still backing the Texas Instruments processor here when they’re set to go quad-core with Nvidia’s Tegra 3 in their other smartphone handsets, it seems the CX2 will be finding a similarly small audience.
Still, we’re always happy to be pleasantly surprised, so will be keeping a close eye on how this handset performs come next month’s mobile show.
Via: Pocket Now