LG Arena set for unveiling
9 February 2009 — 4:01 PM
The latest phones from LG are to be showcased at next week's Mobile World Congress event in Barcelona.
It has emerged the South Korean manufacturer is to display its newest device - the LG Arena - at the conference, which kicks off on Friday and runs for three days.
Those looking to recycle used phones in order to buy a new model may be interested to hear that the handset, which also goes by the name of the LG-KM900, will be a top-of-the-range gadget.
LG claims this is primarily down to a new user interface that it calls the 3D S-Class.
Dr Skott Ahn, president and chief executive of LG Electronics, said: "With rich 3D graphics, touch sensitivity and exciting multimedia capabilities, it will truly make Arena a fully-loaded multimedia phone," he added.
Also onboard the LG Arena is 3G HSDPA connectivity as well as Wi-Fi and A-GPS.
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