AT&T Get Their Own Version of the LG Arena, Revealed by Leaked Pictures

January 1, 2010, By Radimir Bobev


AT&T seem to have secured a deal with LG to distribute their own version of the LG Arena. Some pictures showing the device bearing AT&T’s logo were leaked onto the Internet just now, and while there hasn’t yet been an official statement by AT&T nor LG, we consider this valid enough proof – unless the photos have been tampered with, of course, but at this point, this is highly unlikely.

No details on specifications have been given either, but the phone will most probably be a revised Arena KM900 and bear the same characteristics, or at least very similar ones. If this holds true, expect a 3″ touchscreen display running on a 800×480 resolution, and an interface powered by LG’s S-Class UI. It also has a 5 megapixel camera, integrated GPS, full Wi-Fi support, and 8GB of integrated memory.

We’re not sure when exactly the phone will see light, but it’ll probably be either at next week’s CES, or MWC in February. We’ll keep you updated as more information becomes available.

[ Via Engadget ]

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