Hi, I'm Kent German.
Senior managing editor at Cnet.
I'm here at Mobile Congress 2012.
I wanna show you the LG Optimus 3D Max.
Phone's in 3D and you can record videos 3D and you don't need glasses to do it.
We have a 4.3 inch WVGA display, pretty thin.
It's just about 9.6 millimeters thin.
So nice and comfortable in the hand.
On the back, there's a little bit of a textured surface.
You can see the camera lens here.
Actually camera lenses and that's because of the 3D capability.
The phone does run Gingerbread.
So that's a little disappointing.
Was hoping for Ice cream Sandwich but (??) the camera and you'll see a switch up here for 2D version to 3D.
It's gonna be a little hard to see this on video but that actually is a 3D camera now.
So you can see that there's a little bit of.
little bit of a double image sort of like when you go a movie theater and you don't wear 3D glasses.
So you can actually take a lot of your applications and run them through 3D.
And you can see that it zooms right in and it's pretty cool.
You can see that it does give a 3D effect and it really mimics the Google Earth experience on your computer.
I'm Kent German here at Mobile Congress in Barcelona and this is the LG Optimus 3D Max
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