It's a Telecom XT version (P925G) and is rich in Rogers livery, intended for sale in Canada.
I'm really impressed with the thing. Feels good. Runs really quick and smooth. The 3D screen is actually pretty good. I'm able to watch 3D video from YouTube 'natively' on the (4.5"? - bigger than the HTC Sensation) screen without crossing my eyes or wearing glasses.
The resolution is 800x480...which on a big screen works out really well for these 53yo eyes.
Dual-core 1GHz is surprisingly snappy.
512MB of RAM...less than the top-end phones in relative terms, but it doesn't appear to matter in absolute terms.
1GB of app storage.
About 5.5GB of internal space - of which about 1.5 GB is used to store included 3D apps. I added a 16GB Class 10 microSD. I suspect they have an 8GB SDcard in there and have subdivided into partitions for system, installed app storage and user data / app space.
The 3D photos are in *JPS format, which is basically side-by-side cross-eyed jpeg. Every 3D sharing web site I know of can handle that. The video is 720p HD. Default image aspect is 4:3. I prefer 16:9....but I have my Fujifilm 3D camera for that.
Android v2.2 upgradeable to 2.3.
The UI looks like Samsung's TouchWiz, but is actually usable....I kinda like it. We'll see how we go. I removed all the Rogers apps from the Home screen. No big deal. They don't work anyway in NZ.
The "3D Space" UI is also good fun. A sort of spin-able horizontal wheel of 3D aspects (Games, YouTube, Images, Apps...etc) all presented in a 3D display that I really like. Opinions will vary. They always do with 3D. :-)
UPDATE: I really like the glass on the LG Optimus 3D. I use SlideIt, a swipe keyboard...and the glass on the LG doesn't get "sticky" if you're writing a long email. On my SG-S and HTC Sensation I noticed the glass face can gradually increase friction with my finger tip. This doesn't happen with the LG. Odd....but good.
UPDATE 2: Had a chance to download the 318MB for "Asphalt 6" racing game - included with the phone (Remember - included stuff may vary from telco to telco). I think it looks great in 3D. :-) I've also had a quick peek at "Nova", also included, and it looks like it could be fun. The graphics are good enough for me. There is a golf game, too. Haven't tried it yet. Also noticed I can play any 3D video on YouTube in 3D on the screen without needing glasses. That's cool.
I'm *really* impressed. It's better than I thought it would be.