Although the technology may not really be as in demand in the US compared to other countries. Developing better 3D Android phones still remains as the top priority of Samsung. Representatives from the Korean company have visions about its future Android phones. According to Samsung's vice president of product planning, Nick DiCarlo, these 3D features in their products could just be the key ingredient for the entertainment revolution in the future.
They visualize their Android phones to have the capability to stream high definition 3D multi-media files to other screens. This amazing idea may not just remain on paper for long. According to Samsung, the continued advancement in the phones' processors could make this possible.
Tablets and cellular phones are slowly becoming a primary source for entertainment in today's world. But in the years to come, this entire technological breakthrough will no longer limit the purpose of smartphones. It will even be just a matter of time when the handsets begin to be an essential part of everyday life.
LG set their aims farther as they see the potential of 3D phones being able to capture and record both 2D and 3D videos at the same time. This would enable users to choose what form of the video or image they would like to view.
Many TV sets from various technological manufacturers around the world have the 3D technology installed in their units. Maybe one day LG can even make transferring 3D and 2D files in these units possible.
The Optimus 3D Max was only the beginning of the 3D take-over. Now the mobile manufacturer is looking for innovative ways to make the phone slim, ultra-fast and light. It will also have a new smart focus application which can take photos similar to a DSLR camera. It will also include a feature that can fix blurred images when viewed in a larger screen or high resolution.
But this new product will not be available in the US yet because it goes directly to Europe in April. The future of the 3D tech still remains uncertain for the power to make all of this happen does not rest entirely on the hands of researchers and product engineers. Managers and the marketing department have the most say on the tech.