“We are world leaders in 3D, but we haven’t seen a need for 3D on mobiles as yet … we just don’t see [3D]is needed yet—good luck to the innovators though, it will be interesting to see if it works, and if it does you’ll see a response from Samsung quickly”
Samsung: 'No Need' For 3D Phones, But Good Luck With Them Anyway
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