LG Arena Max LU9400 possibly pictured, Snapdragon CPU apparently onboard

We first heard about the LG Arena Max LU9400 in November last year, when some info about it appeared at the Wi-Fi Alliance website. Sadly, there were no photos of the handset back then.

But today we’ve spotted a new LG touchscreen phone, and it seems to be the Arena Max.

According to the info found at Cetizen (and the rough automatic translation), the LG Arena Max has a 3.5 inch touchscreen display, Wi-Fi, GPS, 5MP camera and a 1GHz Snapdragon processor.

The first LG Arena phone (KM900) is 106mm long, so the new Arena Max could be about this big when compared to it (the Arena Max is on the right):

LG Arena Max leaked

A live photo of the Arena Max is also available:

LG Arena Max leaked 2

The Cyon logo seen on the phone suggests that it will be launched in Korea sometime soon.

We have no idea when exactly LG will announce the Arena Max, but Cetizen says the handset might be out in March. Let’s hope this is true.

Author: Ilinca Nita

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  • http://twitter.com/ahmad1615 ahmad robledo

    I have tried LG and now I am satisfied with it, maybe I will ship my brand loyalty to LG.

  • bavolnelson

    I am a reguler coustmor of LG and i use many product of this company,i am totally satisfied with this company and its services.LG this new phone is outstanding and i am sure that it make very quilly tis space in market.

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    I have tried LG and now I am satisfied with it , http://www.techenga.com/

  • 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.