LG said during CES that their upcoming Tegra handset was launching sometime by the end of the month. With barely a week to go, the handset was previews in a 20 minute clip by German blog LGBlog. Hit the break for specs and the video.
The 10.9 mm sleek device features an NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor with 512 MB of RAM and the interface is highly customized by LG. The app list is split into categories and you can 'edit' apps inside the list, meaning it'll let you uninstall quickly without accessing the market. There's a large Sense like weather/time widget on the homescreen and pretty much all system apps and menus have been redone by LG, mostly for the better.
It's also got an 8 MP camera with 1.3 MP front facing for video calls as well as WiFi N and micro HDMI port. It ships with Froyo upgradeable to Gingerbread later on. The video below will give you a lot more info on the device, provided you speak German; even if not, you can see the UI shown off and she speed at which the, admittedly, unfinished hardware and software interact.