It’s without a doubt that Samsung is very aggressive when it comes to unveiling new mobile devices be it tablet or phones and LG is not going to sit around and keep quiet. Shortly after unveiling the Optimus Vu, a 16:9 aspect ratio device with a large 5” screen, the company announced its L series phones and now, LG has just announced the successor to its Optimus 3D – the Optimus Cube 3D.

Touted as the world’s first phone with 3D photo and video editing, the Optimus Cube 3D comes with a 4.3” glasses-free 3D display and is significantly slimmer than its predecessor, measuring at only 9.6mm. Inside, it’ll be running on a faster 1.2GHz dual-core processor with 16GB of internal storage. Other specs include two 5Mp cameras at the back, 1,520 mAh battery, NFC and it’ll ship with Android Gingerbread on board with no news as to whether it’ll be getting ICS in the near future.

For now, it’ll only be available in Korea and exclusive to SK Telecom only but LG will be showing it off at MWC on the 27th February 2012.


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