Not long after it was revealed that the LG G-Slate 3D would be showcased at the upcoming Mobile World Congress — under the European moniker of the Optimus Pad — a video has since popped up on YouTube that offers a close first look at its build and features.
In the video, we’re given a glimpse at the G-Slate’s front, back, and sides, confirming the locations of the USB and HDMI ports, the headset jack, volume controls, the speaker, the power/lock button, and, perhaps most importantly, the highly anticipated stereoscopic cameras for 3D video recording. Some off-screen footage is also provided, including that of a 3D video, browsing the web, exploring a map, and even running a video game.
Most of the device’s specs, which have already been revealed, are listed over the course of the video. The G-Slate will be powered by the dual-core, 1 GHz Nvidia Tegra 2 processor and will feature an 8.9-inch capacitive multi-touch display, 32GB of storage, a 2-megapixel front-facing camera, and Google’s Android OS 3.0 (Honeycomb).
The LG G-Slate 3D will be available to T-Mobile customers sometime in March, though pricing details have yet to be disclosed.