Tegra 2 is dandy, but it's going to have to work in conjunction with the newer releases of Android to take advantage of that sweet GPU... I can only hope and pray that developers put their best effort into properly coding GOOD OPENGL games for out phones. I'm stuck with my Eris until then. =\
Here is my rough translation of some of the video:
He welcomes everyone to GSM Israel and states that what we are seeing is not an illusion, it is the new flagship phone from LG. He then mentions some of the specs listed above and mentions how this is not the final version, that version will be better. He then analyzes the outside of the phone:
Top view: HDMI, 3.5 mm headphone jack, power button
Bottom view: Speakerphone, micro usb
Right side: volume buttons
Back: 8 MP camera
The middle part of the video was covered in the in the article. He does repeat how this is not the final model.
At around 5:30 he loads the GSM Israel website at the same time on both phones (before that he is setting up the test). He notes the website loads slightly faster on the LG that the LG can display the flash content. Also due to its larger screen size the LG can show the whole page without having to scroll, while the iPhone cannot.