Pictures of a retail Radeon 3850 have appeared on a Chinese website and they're from a China only brand as far as we know, since the company behind the card is Yeston. It's a reference card with a sticker on it, so nothing to get too excited about, but since the cards are about to launch within the next two weeks, it's good to see that manufactures have cards already.
According to the source, the card is clocked at 700MHz for the core and it has 256MB of GDDR3 memory clocked at 1,800MHz. The retail price is apparently going to be 1,699 Chinese Renmimbi which is about US$227 or AU$245.
You can find the original pictures here