LG’s latest and greatest KM900 Arena multimedia phone is now officially launched in Europe, although the South Korean company didn’t mention how much the device will cost.
We already know there are more than 1 million Arena phones pre-ordered, thus LG probably hopes the handset will be at least as successful as Viewty (the 5MP full-touch phone sold in more than 5 million units).
The KM900 Arena is not a smartphone, as it runs on LG’s 3D S-Class User Interface. However, it’s loaded with lots of cool features, including: a 480 x 800 pixels touchscreen display, a 5MP autofocus camera, A-GPS, Wi-Fi, Dolby Mobile, a 3.5mm headset jack, DivX and Xvid support, 8GB of internal memory and so on.
Starting this month (March), LG Arena will be on sale “in major European markets”, in two color versions: silver and black titanium.
Until you get the chance to see it in stores, you can check out our LG Arena video report from MWC 2009.
Via Press release
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