List of 3D-enabled mobile phones

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This is a list of mobile phones that have an autostereoscopic parallax barrier display (glasses-free 3D display). Some of these mobile phones also have a 3D camera and a 3D output via HDMI.

Model Release Availability Display 3D Camera 3D output via HDMI
Sharp mova SH251iS[1] November 16, 2002 Japan Parallax barrier No No
Sharp mova SH505i[2] June 20, 2003 Japan Parallax barrier No No
Samsung SCH-B710[3] July 11, 2007 South Korea Parallax barrier Yes No
Hitachi Wooo Ketai H001[4] February 6, 2009 Japan Cell-matrix parallax barrier No No
Samsung AMOLED 3D SCH-W960[5] May 3, 2010 South Korea Parallax barrier No No
Motorola MING MT810[6] August 30, 2010 China Parallax barrier No No
Spice Mobility View D[7] October 23, 2010 India Parallax barrier No No
Sharp LYNX SH-03C[8] December 3, 2010 Japan Striped parallax barrier No No
Sharp Galapagos 003SH[9] December 17, 2010 Japan Striped parallax barrier No No
Sharp Galapagos 005SH[10] February 25, 2011 Japan Striped parallax barrier No No
HTC EVO 3D[11] June 24, 2011 Global Parallax barrier Yes Yes
LG Optimus 3D P920[12] July 7, 2011 Global Parallax barrier Yes Yes
Sharp Aquos SH-12C[13] May 20, 2011 Japan Striped parallax barrier Yes Yes
Sharp Aquos SH-01D[14] December 2, 2011 Japan Striped parallax barrier No Yes
Sharp Aquos 102SH December 16, 2011 Japan Striped parallax barrier No Yes
LG Optimus 3D Cube SU870[15] February 14, 2012 South Korea Parallax barrier Yes Yes
Sharp Aquos SH-06D[16] March 23, 2012 Japan Striped parallax barrier Yes Yes
LG Optimus 3D MAX[17] April 23, 2012 Global Parallax barrier Yes Yes
Sharp Aquos 102SHII July 12, 2012 Japan Striped parallax barrier No Yes
Sharp Aquos SH-80F[18] December 12, 2012 France Parallax barrier Yes Yes
Micromax A115 Canvas 3D May 1, 2013 India Parallax barrier No No
ZOPO INFINITY ZP600+[19] December 16, 2013 China Parallax barrier No No

History[edit]

Since 2002, many companies have introduced autostereoscopic displays for mobile phones. In the end of 2002, Sharp launched Sharp mova SH251iS, the world's first commercial 3D-enabled mobile phone, on NTT DoCoMo's network.[20] Sharp's device made a huge local success in Japan, with 2 million units shipped, which made it the best-selling 3D-enabled device for many years later. Nevertheless, it wasn't until 2010 when 3D-enabled mobile phones began to catch on.

Market[edit]

According to DisplaySearch, mobile phones will be the largest 3D display application on a unit shipment basis in 2018, with 71 million units with 3D capability.[21]

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