New 3D smartphone: Sharp Aquos SH80F
The new SH80F weights 135 gr. only, but it packs a dual 8-Mpixels camera, a 4.2 inches 3D screen (no glasses needed, parallax-barrier autostereoscopic technology), a 540x960 pixels display in 262,000 colors, a front 0.3 Mpixels camera, 2 Gb of memory, a Micro-SD card slot, a flash, HDMI video out, and Android operating system ! And 2D to 3D conversion is included...
The AQUOS Phone's parallax barrier system—which imitates the parallax difference between our right and left eye—enables the display of vivid three-dimensional HD images without the need for glasses. The phone recognises if content is 2D or 3D at playback, and adjusts accordingly.
3D 8-Mpixels camera and stereoscopic photo viewer
The AQUOS Phone captures high-definition 3D images using “left” and “right” 8-megapixel camera lenses. Colour, brightness, exposure timing, and the optical axis between left and right lenses are synchronised to create sharp and natural 3D images.
The AQUOS Phone automatically displays 3D photos in 3D, and 2D photos in 2D. You can also convert 2D to 3D and vice versa while you view your images.
Video presentation (in French)
Visit the manufacturer's information site about the SH80F.
Available in France from 99€/month through Orange (read GPSandCo in French).