LG's latest phone 'makes multimedia easy'

16 March 2009 — 2:00 PM

The LG Arena will be available later this year

The latest phone from LG could be ideal for those considering a multimedia device, the manufacturer has noted.

According to the South Korean electronics maker, the new LG Arena - which also goes by the name of the KM900 - is a flagship model that combines a number of technologies.

In addition to a WVGA display, five-megapixel camera and 40GB of memory, the phone utilises a new S-Class user interface (UI) and plays movies back with Dolby Mobile audio.

"[The] new S-Class UI offers the most exhilarating gateway to enjoy … countless multimedia features," the company explained.

"Fast yet smooth 3D transitions between menus are made possible with the help of a powerful AMD processor."

The handset was unveiled at the 2009 Mobile World Congress that took place in Barcelona earlier this year. It is also equipped with a three inch screen, DVD-quality playback, as well as 3G HSDPA 7.2 and Wi-Fi connectivity.

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