Samsung has recently unveiled the SCH-B710 cellphone at SEK 2007 in Korea, and this isn’t any ordinary handset. What makes it stand apart from the rest would be its 3D LCD display, giving you 3D effect without the need to wear dorky glasses. It will remain a novelty at best since there aren’t any practical applications other than giving you the best looking screensaver-on-a-phone among your mates. Even 3D images can be captured, thanks to a couple of 1.3 megapixel stereoscopic cameras. You also get DMB capability, where the screen swivels out 90 degrees to give you a landscape orientation when catching up on the latest TV soaps. There is no word on pricing as at press time.
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