In about a couple of weeks time, the LG Optimus 3D will add another dimension to Androids in the UK. It’s available on pre-order on contract with most major carriers and you can sign-up for a SIM-free unit too.
BuyMobilePhones has listed the LG Optimus 3D on their site for pre-order, giving you a choice between T-Mobile UK, Orange, O2 or Vodafone. The cheapest price comes from T-Mobile – the phone is free with a £25.54/month 2-year contract.
Vodafone has it for £30/month for 18 months and Orange for £30/mo again but for 24 months (phone is free). O2’s 2-year contracts start at £32. There’s no info when the Optimus 3D will be available on any of these carriers.
Clove UK is taking pre-orders for the Optimus 3D too – they have it SIM-free for £455 (including VAT), which sounds like a decent bargain to us. They expect the first units to arrive 6 June.
Aside from the 4.3” glasses-free 3D screen and the stereoscopic 3D Full HD video capture (from the 5MP dual-lens camera), the Optimus 3D also boasts a 3D-augmented reality browser and has partnered with YouTube for 3D video sharing. The only bad bit is that it will be running Froyo at launch, but we're hoping LG will fix that quickly.
Does anyone no when we gonna see this phone in the uk been waiting for months now
wating for relese
I say "why not" to 3D technology. I'm a big fan of newest technologies and I hope more manufactuers release "3D glasses free" devices in the future. So they perfection it and we will have more choice on the market.