LG Arena Max (LU9400) coming soon?

LG Arena KM900 is one of this year’s most successful LG touchscreen phones – as of August, it’s sold in more than 1 million units – and it looks like the world’s third largest handset maker is readying a successor of it.

A so-called LG Arena Max LU9400 has recently received a Wi-Fi Interoperability Certificate, so I assume that this phone will be some sort of Arena with better features.

Maybe it will have a larger display (let’s say, 3.5 inches) and a better camera (8MP)?

Or maybe this LG Arena Max will be a smartphone? Perhaps with Android, like the GW620?

LG Arena Max WiFi

LG Arena Max

(this is the Arena KM900)

Well, the assumptions could go on and on. More concrete details when we get them.

Via Cell Passion

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • DanBal76

    Before a successor, LG should fix the Arena. Don't get me wrong, its a nice phone, but one that's being plagued by numerous bugs. The inability to create playlists, poor Java performance, problems with mass storage under Windows XP, problem with built in web browser (“internal out of memory” messages on a handset with 128MB of RAM!), disappointing camera performance on landscape shots, just to name a few. Without bugs and with an optimized performance, LG Arena would be a fantastic phone. The way it's right now only hurts the LG brand.

  • DanBal76

    Before a successor, LG should fix the Arena. Don't get me wrong, its a nice phone, but one that's being plagued by numerous bugs. The inability to create playlists, poor Java performance, problems with mass storage under Windows XP, problem with built in web browser (“internal out of memory” messages on a handset with 128MB of RAM!), disappointing camera performance on landscape shots, just to name a few. Without bugs and with an optimized performance, LG Arena would be a fantastic phone. The way it's right now only hurts the LG brand.