The LG Arena KM900 is a high-end smartphone that recently debuted in Europe. This device’s WVGA display and high-resolution video camera give it an emphasis on multimedia playback and recording.
I recently recording a video demonstration by LG for those who haven’t had a chance to see this device yet.
An Overview of the LG Arena
The Arena has a large Touchscreen and LG’s new S-Class 3D user interface. This has a cube-based layout, and provides four customizable home screens for direct access to the phone’s features. Underneath is a proprietary operating system, not Windows Mobile as with some of this company’s other recent devices.
As mentioned earlier, this smartphone has superior video capabilities. With its 3.0-inch WVGA display, the Arena is able to play DivX or Xvid movies in Dolby Mobile surround sound. Its 5 MPx camera is capable of recording DVD-quality video, and even 120 fps slow-motion video.
The Arena offer up to 40 GB of Storage for audio and video, thanks to its 8 GB of internal memory and a micro SD slot with support for 32 GB cards.
LG promises that the battery offers up to 30 hours of MP3 playtime and 300 hours of standby time.
This GSM smartphone has HSDPA 7.2 — a very high-speed version of 3G — Wi-Fi, and GPS.
Overall, it is be 106 mm by 55 mm by 12 mm, and is available in silver and black.