Why is Amazon developing a 3D smartphone now?
rhames 29 weeks ago
I read an article in the Wall Street Journal today about the 3D phone that Amazon is supposedly developing. If memory serves, this is not a new thing, LG made a 3D phone a couple of years ago, which I barely remember because I never saw one outside of a store. The 3D TV push seems to have faded significantly. It seems like an odd area for Amazon to devote its efforts. Is there a demand for 3D smartphones? What would you even use it for? I feel like an old man saying this, but it seems like something that will just add unnecessary expense to the product.
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