LG finally took the wraps off the Optimus 3D Cube, the phone that was previously known by its CX2 nickname (along with other names like the “Optimus 3D 2” and “Optimus 3D Max”). Serving as the sequel to the original Optimus 3D, the Cube still features dual cameras at the back for capturing 3D photos and videos and a 3D display for viewing 3D content, but adds the ability to edit 3D video to its list of features.
Compared to the original, the Optimus 3D Cube sports a slimmer 9.6mm frame and a faster 1.2GHz dual-core processor. The rear features dual 5MP camera lens for capturing stereoscopic 3D, while the front sports a webcam for video calls. The phone also features NFC tech, and like the recently-unveiled Optimus Tag, supports the use of LG’s Tag+ stickers that can automatically run apps or change the phone’s settings.
The rest of the spec includes 16GB of built-in storage that will come preinstalled with Android 2.3. It’s set to debut in South Korea by the end of March, and is expected to launch sometime after in the US and Europe as the Optimus 3D Max.