LG is working on a slimmer and sexier version of its famed Optimus 3D smartphone, which was recently launched in India and is touted as world’s first glassless 3D phone.
In an interview with Pocket-lint, one of the developers of the Optimus 3D, Dr Henry Noh said, “Everyone knows that’s this [LG Optimus 3D] is not the slimmest and sexiest phone on the street. We want to make it a little slimmer.”
He added, “These days, all the phones look the same. They have a huge screen – 4.3-inches is normal these days – and next year they’re moving even larger. And they have a fixed number of touch buttons. They’ve the same thickness. They have the same camera. And even the same OS. It’s so boring.”
Well, does that also mean that the next Optimus 3D will also have a bigger screen, and will have a dedicated user interface which will be much different from the Android platform that the phone uses? Well only time will tell.
Noh said that LG is looking at launching the new phone sometime next year. But we have questions to our readers, does the thickness of the device makes much of a difference (current device is 12mm thick)? Or is it other things that you would want to be changed, for instance the price of the devices, or more 3D content or something else?