Here's a hands-on look at it. The twin cameras appear to be about a half-inch apart. For close ups, you might see some 3D, but for average scenes, it's just going to move the 3D window a bit and look like a 2D scene, I think.
Here's another look with an actual SBS 3D pic (about 3/4 way through the video), but not of a phone pic. As a playback device in the field for some SBS 3D you take from another camera this might be useful, but as a 3D camera itself, I doubt it. Plus it looks like it's using old 2G-3G cell technology and VOIP over wifi.
But don't let me stop you...lol. We always like hands-on reviews of new 3D tech.
It looks even closer than my Red phone which is 12.5mm stereo base. I'd sooner pick up an older LG 3D phone from 2011. Or the EVO which I bought for 20.00 but it has lens alignment issues so every shot and video has to be corrected in post.