Monday, February 28, 2011

Guest Post: NTT DoCoMo 3D Lynx phone..challenger to LG Optimus 3D?

LG wasn't the only manufacturer with a 3D phone at the Mobile World Congress 2011: NTT Docomo also showcased the Lynx 3D model produced by Sharp.

Italian blogger Flavio, has the details and the hands-on photos in this guest post (see link above to click through to Flavio's tech news site).

LG Optimus 3D had a lot of coverage during the last Mobile World Congress, but it wasn't the only 3D Android smartphone we have seen. The Japanese carrier NTT Docomo showed the Sharp Lynx 3D SH-03C, which also has a stunning 3D effect on its 3.8" display even though it has only a single-core 1 GHz processor and runs Android 2.1. Here some photos:

Specifications of this smartphone:

* Android 2.1 (upgrade to 2.2 arriving on Q2 2011)
* Single-Core 1 GHz processor
* 512 MB RAM + 512 MB ROM
* microSD up to 32 GB support
* 3.8" touchscreen ASV (Advanced Super View) TFT display
* Screen resolution: 480 x 800 px
* Capable of 3D content without 3D glasses
* 9.6 Mpx camera with AutoFocus
* Video capture at 720p HD with 1280 x 720 px even on 3D mode
* Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS connectivity
* Size: 123 x 62 x 13.4 mm
* Weight: 140 grams
* Battery: 1400 mAh

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