It looks like soon, folks who like their games mobile will be able to have a 3D experience using their phones.
According to GamesRadar, LG's upcoming Optimus 3D phone will not only give you a glasses-free 3D experience, but the Android phone already has a game publishing partner in Gameloft.
The tech, called autostereoscopic 3D, with be the first used in a phone, and relies on presenting two side-by-side images on the screen and uses tiny mirrors so the flat display shows depth - a lot like 3DS.
Upon release, 3D versions of Gameloft games N.O.V.A., Asphalt 6, and Let's Golf 2 will be come pre-installed on the phone.
That's not all though, as LG also has a glasses-free 3D tablet in the works called G-Slate. Neat.
The Optimus 3D phone is slated for released in the UK on April 25 for £514.99.