Most of the FCC documents are still hidden, but the available ones reveal the model number of the device (P7200), and some photos of it. We believe that it is the same device, as the earlier announced LG P7200. The original P7200 images and the new FCC ones have a little difference: older ones show a black-colored device, while the new ones show a silver version; different is the music keys on the front colors as well as the labels on the back of hte phone - the original ones had "MP3" while the new ones show "2.0 megapixel". Regardless of those small differences, the devices are the same.
Earlier information from LG described the P7200 as a tri-band GSM (900/1800/1900) phone in a clamshell form factor. It is thin and reminds the design of the popular Motorola V3 RAZR, but adds external MP3-keys for control of the player. It features a 176x220, 262k color display and 2-megapixel camera with auto-focus and flash. Its memory is about 64MB, and can be expanded though TransFlash(microSD) cards, that allows storing large number of music files, which can be played through the phones music player. Data transfer can be done through high-speed EDGE, and locally through Bluetooth.
Still there is neither official announcement of the device for the Americas, nor any information when it will be available.