LG Arena variant for AT&T?

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LG Arena variant for AT&T?
If a picture is worth a thousand words, pictures of an AT&T branded variant of the LG Arena KM900 should at least tell you that the popular LG handset is finally headed to the U.S. carrier. That means the device, the GT950, should have a 3 inch display with resolution of 480 X 800 pixels, and feature LG's S-Class UI. You should also expect to see a 5MP camera, Wi-Fi, GPS, a 3.5mm audio jack and 8GB of memory under the hood. According to LG Central, no LG or AT&T reps that they contacted had any inkling that the GT950 was around. But once they see the picture, we're sure that they will get the thousand word hint that it is coming. Of course, this means pricing and a possible launch date has not been even hinted at. LG Central expects to see this launched sometime in the next few months. Until then, you have the pictures to read.

LG ARENA US Specifications

source: LGCentral via EngadgetMobile



1. zyoose

Posts: 6; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

I wonder what kind of supporting apps this phone has. I have a first gen iPhone and am wanting something different but like the supporting apps of the iPhone.

2. omarc26

Posts: 360; Member since: Dec 05, 2009

why is america late in getting phones? this phone came out in europe since last year.. why are we bearly getting it a year later? why are we so behind cellphone technology? if someone can tell me? like why dont we also have video calling like the rest of the world does? n no i dont mean like at&t video share thats not even real video calling some people have argued with me yea we do have video calling in the usa its called at&t video share .. no its not.. cause u cant even see the other person i mean WTF is that? why dont our cell phones have front facing cameras like in the rest of the world??

4. ace1122

Posts: 237; Member since: Mar 23, 2009

I wonder the same thing. Most cell phones are made is asia but somehow europe still gets the best technology long before we do. It probably has something to do with the FCC. I cant think of any other reason.

3. SamTime

Posts: 253; Member since: Nov 07, 2009

Dude this is a feature phone. Don't get too excited about it.

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