Today Texas Instruments announced that their new OMAP4440 processor will be go into production by the second half of 2011. This dual-core processor boasts clock speeds of 1.5 GHz per ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore and it includes a PowerVR SGX540 GPU. The OMAP4440 also includes other feature enhancements like the ability to support 1080p stereoscopic 3D playback ... Read More »
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We didn’t expect glasses-free 3D phones to arrive in the United States till next summer, but we could seen them sooner thanks to Japanese manufacturer Sharp. No specific models were mentioned but Sharp has a pair of 3D phones going on sale this year in Japan and they announced ... Read More »
We weren’t expecting glasses-free 3D phones in the U.S. till the second half of 2011, but several Japanese carriers have already announced 3D phones for this year. Softbank already announced a pair of 3D phones from Sharp and today NTT Docomo also revealed they will be offering a 3D device from Sharp.
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Remember those glasses-free 3D phones from Sharp last week? We were a little excited about the 3D display and totally missed another unique feature – Sharp also included their new mobile 3D camera in both models. This means that Sharp’s Android phones can both capture and display 3D images without the use ... Read More »
What good are glasses-free 3D displays without some games to show them off? Japanese publisher Capcom just announced they are turning several of their popular franchises into 3D Android games, which include Mega Man, Ghosts ‘n Goblins: Gold Knights, and Resident Evil: Degeneration.
We were already expecting glasses-free 3D phones next summer in the U.S., but it looks like the Japanese will get to enjoy them first thanks to two new Android devices from Sharp. The Japanese carrier Softbank is launching a pair of 3D phones from Sharp including the touchscreen-only 003SH and QWERTY-packing 005SH.
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Early this year we speculated that Motorola was working on a 3D phone, but it turned out we were wrong and the device in question only featured a transparent clamshell. This time around we actually have a working prototype captured on video with a tentative release date of the middle of ... Read More »