Images of Micromax Canvas 3D A115 surface online

By on April 8, 2013 at 2:37 PM.

Images of Micromax Canvas 3D A115 surface online

Micromax has been riding high on the success of Canvas HD A116 and is now encashing the popularity of the Canvas series by introducing 3D photo capture technology in it. If the images posted on Twitter by MMXNewscaster are to be considered, Micromax is almost ready with the all new Canvas 3D A115 model featuring a similar look but with twist of a 3D interface. More →
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LG Optimus 3D 2 caught in the wild

By on February 14, 2012 at 12:45 PM.

LG Optimus 3D 2 caught in the wild

Now here comes another leak! We enjoy such days when every other device somehow leaks out of the cauldron of these major vendors right before the MWC event every year. The latest device that has managed to show up right before its official announcement is the LG's second generation of Optimus handset, the LG CX2 aka the Optimus 3D 2. While the original Optimus 3D couldn't ripple some serious waves in the industry, the new display according to the leak improves both the 3D effect and legibility, thanks to an IPS-based screen. Read on.. More →
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Samsung Galaxy S III might have a Quad-core processor & 3D functionality

By on December 28, 2011 at 4:03 PM.

Samsung Galaxy S III might have a Quad-core processor & 3D functionality

Samsung might just be planning to unveil the Galaxy S III smartphone at the MWC 2012. If a report by the Korean website - ETNews is to believed then this latest version may be based on a quad-core processor and might also come with 3D-functionality. The expected tech specs are - a large HD (1280 x 720) super AMOLED Plus display, LTE connectivity, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, a 12.0MP shooter and 2GB of RAM. According to the Korean blog, the handset vendor is working to incorporate 3D technologies in its smartphones – 3D displays, 3D video recording and some sort of integration with 3D TVs. Another unannounced handset, reportedly called Samsung Galaxy S 3D could also be announced in Q3 next year. Read
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