LG Optimus 3D MAX Review
The phone is a direct successor to Optimus 3D, with faster processor and larger RAM. LG Optimus 3D Max is noticeably thinner and lighter than the predecessor, while the 4.3” WVGA display is roughly similar to the original. While the 217ppi pixel density is still somewhat tolerable, colors already feel a bit dull for today’s standard. One more enhancement is Corning Gorilla Glass 2, which is thinner than the original model. Users don’t need to use glasses when viewing 3D content if the “parallax barrier overlay” feature is enabled, unfortunately, this will result in reduced contrast and brightness. Unfortunately, the phone still uses Android 2.3 (Gingerbread).
Like Optimus 3D, this phone also offers two 5Mp rear-facing camera to produce 3D images and videos. The camera app may not be the richest in functionality, but the interface looks nice. 3D mode can be enabled easily at the touch of a button. Image details are fine for a 5Mp module, although both cameras seem to have narrow dynamic range and slightly gloomy colors. When used indoors, the flash may overexpose and wash out some elements, resulting in softer images. Optimus 3D MAX still uses TI OMAP 4430 dual-core processor, which is clocked 20 percent higher, which gives us better interface responses.
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