You probably already know everything there is to know about the new LG Arena KM900 touchscreen multimedia flagship.
Well, yesterday LG Arena KM900 got officially announced and we’ve got some hands-on time with the new device.
As far as touchscreen phones go, Arena’s S-Class UI is a significant improvement over what LG had to offer before. It looks really good, is very intuitive, easy to navigate, customize and use.
Unfortunately, while better than on earlier LG phones, the overall touchscreen responsiveness is a bit lacking. The touch operation of LG Arena just does not have the smoothness you get from iPhone or even the latest HTC Diamond2.
Still, overall, LG Arena looks pretty good. And, once you get used to the new interface, it can become a great multimedia communication device.
Movies on LG Arena’s 3″ WVGA screen play really nice, the 5 megapixel camera does a good job on pictures and video recording, it has Wi-Fi, A-GPS and 8GB of built-in memory with microSDHC memory card slot.
I also asked a company rep to do a short overview of LG Arena KM900 features on video:
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