LG has today unveiled the Optimus 3D Max, another 3D smartphone for Korean and International markets. Last night the company announced the Optimus 3D Cube, and we're struggling to find differences between the two handsets right now. Both are powered by 1.2GHz dual-core processors, have a 5MP dual-lens camera, LG Tag+ NFC, and run Android 2.3 Gingerbread. The Cube has 16GB storage and a 4.3-inch Nova IPS display, whereas the Max has 8GB storage and "LG's exclusive brightened" WVGA 4.3-inch display. The Optimus 3D Max will go on sale in Korea this March and gradually roll out to other markets starting in Europe, and LG says it will be upgraded to Ice Cream Sandwich "shortly after the launch." Given LG has yet to announce availability for the Optimus 3D Cube beyond Korean carrier SK Telecom, it's likely that the 3D Max is simply a variant for international release. We'll bring you a hands-on with the 3D Max and the rest of LG's 2012 lineup from MWC next week, so stay tuned!