[CEATEC 2010] We’re not quite sure what the details are yet, but Sharp is set to unveil its 3D stereoscopic smartphone. The good news is that it won’t require glasses. If you didn’t know, Sharp is the manufacturer of the 3D display for the Nintendo 3DS — they were bound to use that technology in their own products. Expect things like stereoscopic video calls and all. It also seems able to stream content to TVs and other home electronics — stay tuned, we will have more information in the next few hours.
Update: things did not really pan out. The 3D for mobile was more of a concept and displays were shown, but that’s about it — no 3D smartphone commercially announced. Sorry folks.RELATED
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