One of the perks of being a journalist or analyst of some sort is that you get invitation to cover various tech events, such as the Google I/O one. Lucky attendees can sometimes walk out with the latest gadget in town – often for zilch. Once you’re bored showing off the toy to your friend and family – naturally eBay will be waiting. Such is the case with the LG Optimus 3D, which has been put up for sale by several sellers on the auction site.
But whoever is selling the LG Optimus 3D on eBay appears to not have used the phone at all – as it was listed as new in box. The auctions have biddings placed from $750 to $900 – but we guess that’s the price you pay when you want to be the first few to own the phone.
Wonder what the buyer will get for such cash? The LG Optimus 3D, as the name suggests, is LG’s first attempt to create a 3D Android phone that doesn’t make you wear goofy glasses. It comes with a 4.3-inch display, dual core TI OMAP 4 processor, PowerVR SGX540 GPU and dual 5-megapixels camera that records 3D video.
In related 3D phone news – this time of the HTC EVO 3D – Phandroid reports that it will hit Vodafone UK on July 11. Interestingly, the carrier is said to be considering removing the “3D” part from the phone’s full name. Regardless what it will end up being named on Vodafone UK, this 1.2GHZ dual core processor HTC EVO 3D is nothing short of a beast of a phone.