I must admit that between the LG Optimus 3D and the HTC Evo 3D, I prefer the former’s 3D display as it seems more real and vivid, although I myself am a HTC diehard. Ah well, love goes beyond mere looks and capabilities I guess, and at least it allows me to throw my weight behind HTC and support them in their quest for better smartphones! That aside, it seems that Verizon Wireless themselves want to get on the stereoscopic 3D game, even though they do not have a single 3D handset in their portfolio at the moment unlike Sprint and AT&T who already have the HTC EVO 3D and LG Thrill, respectively.
Why do we say that Verizon wants in on the 3D game? Well, they would not have trademarked the name “Hologram”, would they, unless they are dead serious in rolling out a 3D capable smartphone? Surely they would not do so without any sane reason, as the word “hologram” brings me back to the days when I was still collecting trading cards, and the Marvel Series IV had that famous Spiderman vs Venom hologram card that could be found in only every 5 boxes.
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