In a few words, the battle is pretty epic and both of these 3D capable handsets represent some of the best smartphones that were ever made on planet Earth. It all sounds pretty interesting doesn’t it? Well, Samsung certainly believes so and apparently, it just cannot stay away and has decided to step in and take part in this 3D action.
Judging by the latest rumors, Samsung has decided that it’s time to step in and join the fight with their own handset. There isn’t much to tell spec-wise, except the fact that it will pack a 1.2 GHz dual-core Exynos CPU, a 4.3 inch display and dual 8 Megapixel cameras, offering 3D recording capabilities ( HTC Evo 3D’s 5 Megapixel dual cameras be warned ). Other than that, the rumored upcoming 3d handset from Samsung, which it’s supposedly called the Galaxy 3D ( or G3D ), will not differ too much from its roots (that is, the Samsung Galaxy S2) and in terms of specs, we might actually look at a 3D Capable Samsung Galaxy S2.
It’s pretty much obvious that the Samsung Galaxy 3D will come with Android 2.3 Gingerbread out of the box, but it’s rumored that this particular device will be on the top of the “handsets to receive Ice Cream Sandwich” list, once this highly-anticipated Android version will be ready for the masses.
As for the release date of this 3rd 3D device to hit the smartphone market, it’s expected that the Samsung Galaxy 3D will make its first appearance sometime during Q4 this year. We’ll just have to wait and see if that’s the case and of course we’ll keep you posted as soon as we find out more regarding this matter.
So what are your thoughts? Do you think the 3D smartphone market is starting to be more than just a fad? Should we expect a drastic increase in the numbers of 3D devices that might hit the market the next year? And should we expect a shift from 2D to 3D-capable top of the line handsets department in the near future? Feel free to share your thoughts below.
Thanks Pocketnow for the heads-up regarding what might be a Samsung Galaxy 3D release date, later this year.