Slashphone dug up some information from HiAPK showing photos of a new Android phone from Motorola that alleged features 3D technology for it's screen. The phone, apparently called the Motorola Ming, or the MT820. This is the second time we have seen pictures of this phone, the previous coming from a leak last week with less-than clear pictures.
Nintendo is planning to launch a 3D version of their DS (the 3DS) using the same technology in Motorola's design for the phone according to AndroidandMe, so the possibility of a 3D Android phone shouldn't be too far-fetched.
AndroidGuys had this to say in terms of how the 3D function would operate:
The premise is simple - When the cover is open, the screen shows normal 2D images and operates like a normal touch screen. When you close said flip cover, the images from the screen take on a "3D-like appearance" which you can interact with. The flip cover also operates as a touch sensor for the handset.
Engadget commented that the G3 logo at the top right of the phone is a strong indication that this phone will be making its way to "China Mobile's TD-SCDMA network."
Image from HiAPK