Sure it's surprising to see handset manufacturers still cranking out updates for older builds of Android, especially when Froyo has been available for a few months now, but owners are probably still going to be ecstatic by their arrival. For those finally taking the plunge with the update, you can expect to see support for multiple accounts, HTML5 support in the browser, Microsoft Exchange support, live wallpapers, and Bluetooth 2.1 support.
Rather than going with an over-the-air update, you'll have to download it your computer and connect your handset to it. Once you've gotten that taken care of, you can finally enjoy all of the benefits of the tasty eclair dessert.
source: LG via Unwired View