Two dimensions? Disgusting. As of tomorrow, we'll care only about phones that can offer glorious 3D visuals, such as the . It will be available from the Carphone Warehouse and Best Buy in a mere 24 hours or so.
You'll be able to pick up the Optimus 3D, which displays 3D images without the need for dorky glasses, for free on a £35-per-month, 24-month contract.
Mathematicians among you will have clocked that, in total, this deal will set you back an embolism-inducing £840, so think carefully about whether you'd really make use of the Optimus 3D's triple-dimensional tech.
You'll also be able to grab the phone for £500 SIM-free, which, if you've got the upfront cash, is a much more palatable option.
We've, and we're certainly intrigued. The 3D effect is convincing, but is it the future of mobile tech, or a pricey gimmick? It'll be going head to head with the , which is also due in stores .
As well as its huge, 4.3-inch, 3D-capable touchscreen, the Optimus 3D packs a dual-core chip and two 5-megapixel snappers around the back. Tidy.
If you're keen on the Optimus 3D but have a strong ideological objection to buying from Best Buy or the Carphone Warehouse -- perhaps because it scrapped those adorable Mobley ads -- the Optimus 3D will be heading to the rest of the UK from 6 July.
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