LG Optimus 3D 2 Specs and Image Leaked

LG Optimus 3D 2 Specs and Image Leaked

Mobile World Congress is around the corner and we told you that LG is on roll to introduce their new line-up at the mega event. We heard that LG is preparing the successor to Optimus 3D, which will be launched as LG 3D Max at the Mobile World Congress. Fortunately, the press shot of the Optimus 3D 2 is leaked ahead of the event and the phone looks better than the previous version. The biggest change is that it’s very thin, only 9.8mm; whereas the predecessor is 11.9mm thick.

We also know it comes with a high resolution IPS display, and we’ll see it at the MWC along with the Optimus Vu, which was leaked a few days ago. It’s likely that LG is going to shock all their competitors at the Mobile World Congress with their amazing line of new phones, but as HTC and others are ready to roll; it’s not that easy.

Well folks, that’s all we know about this device, so tell us, are you looking forward to LG devices at the MWC?

Source: Phandroid

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