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3D or not 3D? ...that is the question

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If you have any other views on 3D, please share them, I'm sure developers at ZTE would love to see your opinions.

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Depth of 3D is too small to be good and It's really bad for the eyes. So I think 3D is good, but technology is just too early to be mass produced

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3D phones are just a gimmick. I'd rather see better cameras on an android phone. N8 had a great cam but poor OS.

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I agree with Frankish and Android phone makers should concentrate on better cameras instead.

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Agree. Battery life & camera 1-st priority

Spot on. Better battery and camera.

What ever happened the the optical zoom using membrane technology that was being tested a couple of years back? That's what we'd like to see, or the side ways optical that some rugged cameras have.

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Its not the tech, its what you use it for.

3D has a place in future personal communication devices, but quite a few years beyond where we are now. Its role is in augmented reality and integrating information, control and the real world.

However, its not something that works with the phone paradigm, so really isn't something ZTE should be worrying about at the moment.

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3D???

hey, I'm mobile. and 3D will drain my battery fast.

it is better if you can add real digital camera to smartphone. not only has a big MP but lack in quality.

ZTE superphone with SONY NEX lense (or other perfect lense)? wao, too good to be true.

and it tooo perfect if the lense allow to be plugged in and plugged out :D

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Forget 3D, the priority is to get your basics BETTER.

3D for now is a novelty but it should be very popular.

But it cannot be done halfheartedly like ZTE would, using sub standard specs!

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Great feedback, thanks everyone for taking to time to comment and vote.:D

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