3D Phone – Why Is LG Optimus 3D Max P725 The Best Choice, Still?

8/2/2012 3:30:13 PM

Optimus 3D Max is one of very rare smart phones which are equipped with 3D glass-free screen and a special parallax barrier allowing adjusting image discrepancy, showing the best 3D image effects and reducing the crosstalk phenomenon.

Description: Optimus 3D Max

Optimus 3D Max

The “musclization” race for smartphones is likely unstoppable. Multi-core, speed, clock rate, chip capacity, RAM and hard disk are thrust up to the higher thresholds. In that insane race, Optimus 3D Max hardware is not a muscled guy: Dual-core chip OMAP 1.2 GHz, dual RAM 1GB and 8GB internal memory that can be expanded to 32 GB through a MicroSD card.

Description: Wonderful performance

Wonderful performance

But that is the starting point to result in wonderful performance from LG Optimus 3D. In fact, the clearest sense to 3D max is the quick response to all tasks, although there are many running concurrently. Why? Let’s study a little the central Tri-Dual structure of Optimus 3D Max, including: dual-core chip, dual memory, and dual channel. To smartphones, dual channel is identical to Hyper-threading technology which was applied to computer chip manufactures by Intel.

Considerate this illustration, the dual-core chip Ti OMAP can use both of DDR2.1 + DDR2.2 memory for many kinds of tasks (different chips will depend on the task sort on the correlative memories). Especially, in case of RAM shortage (DDR2.1 + DDR2.2), Core 1 and Core 2 will be able to “borrow” some space from internal memories and turn them into RAM’s memory (maximum borrowed space: 4GB). This enables the phone to perform smoothly and perfectly. And this really completes “Optimus 3D”.

Description: “Borrow” some space from internal memories

“Borrow” some space from internal memories

There is nothing much to talk about the 3D glass-free screen because it is really nice. Of course, it would be unfair to make comparison between it and the 3D TVs. However, sticking on a parallax layer, which allows separating the light source into many light beams entering the right and left eyes to create 3D function without 3D glasses, is so impressive. The images have certain depth, the cubic is clear, and the crosstalk is controlled under an acceptable level (5%) without creating headaches. In addition, 4.3-inch NOVA WVGA IPS has the 800 x 400 pixel resolution enables the full HD 1080p in 2D mode with 600-nit light level and 720p in 3D mode with 250-nit light level, which is really an impression for watching 3D content in both standard and stimulated 3D modes.

The converting tool from 3D to 2D content is likely to be the most interesting function on Optimus 3D Max. You just enjoy the 2D content in 3D formats. Additionally, the converting tool will convert the apps and games into 3D format with depth optimization.

Nevertheless, the glass-free 3D function is not the most attractive feature of LG products. Optimus 3D is equipped with 5.0 MP dual camera and 3D video record, which is the indeed impressive point of this model. The 3D photos taken at 3.2 MP resolution are advantages in comparison with other competitors. Two 2.0 MP cameras have good video quality, quick AF, and limit the shaking phenomenon when using continuous taking mode.

Sure as it is, with the manly appearance, 3D technology and outstanding 3D Tri-dual structure brings a feeling of pioneering in technology to you, there is much more to talk about LG Optimus Max P725 – let yourself feel it: a world of 3D in your palm.

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