AT&T announced today that it will be converting two well-known devices to its lineup and making them 4G-capable. Those are the HTC HD7 and LG Optimus 3D.
Keep in mind that in this case 4G refers to HSPA+ 21Mbps, not the real-deal LTE. Still we guess there will be many people willing to buy either.
The HD7S has the same 4.3-inch LCD display, 5 megapixel snapper and Windows Phone 7 OS, as highlights.
The LG Thrill 4G has the same 4.3-inch stereoscopic display, dual-core 1GHz processor, Android 2.2 and dual 5-megapixel camera with 3D capturing capabilities both in stills and video. The LG features 1080p output regular video and 720p 3D video.
With the LG Thrill 4G AT&T will also debut the LG 3D Space, which will have 3D content, such as games, video and images.
It isn't quite sure whether the 3D Space will be a service only through AT&T or it will be available worldwide.
HTC's HD7S will be coming in the weeks to follow, while the LG Thrill 4G will be released by AT&T in the months to come. Exact dates aren't given though.
Haha... good one! And it's even true! :D
The small phones era has gone! The bricks are returning haha.
dual camera means you can take 3D pictures and record 3D video something exclusive that only LG is using as a benchmark for its enterprize, oh and people don't need those features for mobile use but rather need it towards a new concept which is elimi...