LG officially shows the Arena

LG officially shows the Arena
LG Arena KM900 seems to be the latest attempt of the Korean manufacturer to create a powerful multimedia phone with touch screen. After unofficial information appeared in the beginning of the week, now LG's official blog shows a high-resolution picture of the new phone, teasing all readers. The blog doesn't confirm the name or the specifications we've heard before, but we guess they are all correct. It shows little of the 3D interface, revealing a multi-page home screen with one page full of shortcuts to applications and another with links to multimedia files - songs and pictures. Just to remind you, Arena is expected to offer high-resolution 480x800 pixels 3" touchscreen, mobileTV, DivX (and probably XviD) support, 5-megapixel camera, Wi-Fi and aGPS. FCC have already approved a few versions - we guess the original KM900 has the European 3G bands but there is also one with the bands suitable for AT&T's 3G. The official LG blog notes that the new phone will be announced at the MWC 2009, so expect our hands-on from there.

LG Arena Preliminary Specifications

source: LG Blog, thanks Diliana



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