First seen in early February, the LG Arena Max LU9400 has been officially introduced in Korea via LG Telecom, as LG Maxx LU9400.
Apparently, the LG Maxx LU9400 is the first phone to be launched in South Korea with a Snapdragon CPU at 1GHz (it uses Qualcomm’s QSD8650 chip, unlike the Nexus One, the LG GW820 eXpo, the Xperia X10 and other Snapdragon-powered handsets, which use the Qualcomm QSD8250 chip).
The LG Maxx features a 3.5 inch WVGA touchscreen display, finger-touch mouse, GPS, Wi-Fi, mobile TV (T-DMB), LG’s S-Class 3D UI, DivX support, HD video and a 5MP camera.
After launching the Maxx LU9400 via LG Telecom in South Korea, LG plans to introduce Snapdragon-based handsets via SK Telecom and KT, too.
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