As far back as February, the release of the LG Optimus 3D has been slated for late April.
And indeed according to Play.com and some other retailers, it’s still due to come out next week. However one online outlet, Clove, has put back the release date of the smartphone which does 3D without glasses. A long way.
On the Clove blog, the retailer announced that “the first 3D smartphone will be arriving into stock on the 6th June”.
Although the website then notes that this is accurate for now, but the date may be subject to change. Whether that means it could possibly slide even more, we’re not sure.
Clove has priced the handset at £454, which is considerably cheaper than some others are asking, such as the aforementioned Play.com who have the smartphone up for £515.
The Optimus 3D comes with a 4.3 inch display and a 5 megapixel dual-lens camera. It can be used to both record and watch 3D video, or you can pipe it out to your 3DTV via an HDMI output.
The device also has a 1GHz dual-core processor and front-facing camera for video chatting. A pretty impressive spec, but one we might not see for a month and a half yet.