After TVs, 3D technology seems all set to swamp the smartphone market. The latest company to jump on the 3D technology bandwagon in smartphones is Samsung. Internet is abuzz with the reports that the Korean giant Samsung is readying a 3D-capable smartphone called Galaxy 3D.
According to a report on Korean website ETNews, the smartphone will be based on Google Android OS (version 2.3 or Gingerbread). Samsung Galaxy 3D will reportedly sport a 4.3-inch glasses-free 3D display, dual 8 megapixel cameras and run on Samsung's own 1.2GHz dual-core Exynos processor.
The smartphone is also expected to have an HDTV output to playback 3D content. Reports suggest that Samsung plans to release the smartphone in the fourth quarter of the year.
Taiwan-based HTC already boasts of Evo 3D, while LG has Optimus 3D in its smartphone portfolio.