We told you that LG KM900 high end media phone is coming soon.Not that we were close with our mock-up. But now more details of LG KM900 Arena handset had leaked out in Netherlands, via retailer’s Phone House sales brochure. Along with the trade name, quite clear picture and at least some key specs.
There’s also integrated GPS and presumably an app for navigation, together with LG’s new “innovative S-Class 3D” GUI that, as people are already noting, looks more than a little iPhone-esque. DivX playback is also rumored.
The above is a leaked image of LG’s upcoming Arena KM900 touchscreen smartphone. The Arena KM900 will offers an iPhone-like UI dubbed as the S-Class 3D UI. It comes with a metallic case and offers a 5 Megapixel camera, and a front camera meaning that the Arena is most likely a 3G phone. The phone will support WiFi, Bluetooth and GPS.
As you can see above, this one bears a little resemblance to the Samsung Omnia, and boasts a 5-megapixel camera (plus a secondary one for video calls, it seems), built-in GPS, WiFi, and what's described as an "innovative S-Class 3D interface." Unfortunately, complete specs are still a bit of a mystery, but the phone is apparently on track to hit Europe as soon as March, and it seems a pretty safe bet that LG will have more to say about this one at MWC later this month.