LG Electronics is expected to add several stunning features with its upcoming smartphone, LG Optimus 3D. The South Korean technology giant has recently unveiled one of its great features for the Optimus smartphone; a 3D browser in association with Wikitude’s augmented reality (AR) technology. LG has tied up with the AR pioneer, Wikitude to develop this amazing Web browser for its proposed 3D smartphone. According to LG, the Wikitude 3D browser will help users watch objects, places and landmarks in 3D on their smartphone. The new technology will indeed turn map and navigation services more lively and energetic.

Wikitude 3D browser already features information of 100 million locations across the world. That means those multitude of locations can be watched in 3D on the LG smartphone. In addition, LG Optimus 3D browser will support 1,000 content providers in 12 world languages. More languages will further be added into the list. In fact, along with 3D viewing of their locations and surroundings, users can easily access to Wikipedia and Twitter updates on them in the browser. It definitely provides an extra strength for LG’s innovative 3D browser.

LG press release on the AR-based 3D browser for Optimus 3D says that the technology has been praised for its potential to replace the ‘abstract’ realities of standard mobile browsers with ‘actual’ reality streamed through the camera of the smartphone. Thanks to LG’s advanced hardware and 3D API software technology, the Wikitude 3D browser will have more capacity, adds Dr. Jong-seok Park, CEO and President of LG Mobile Communications Company.

LG Optimus smartphone is expected to hit the European market in summer this year. It is a Google Android based 3D smartphone with a set of spectacular features, which include dual-core, dual-channel and dual-memory capabilities. Fantastically, it will be a 3D glasses-free device and will support recording and sharing of 3D contents.