LG Arena Max to be Released in Korea as LG Maxx

March 1, 2010, By Radimir Bobev

Recently, one of LG’s upcoming phones – the LG Arena Max – was leaked, and it appears it’s now going to be released in Korea, named the LG Maxx. It seems to be completely unrelated to the LG Arena that was released in the United States a short time ago.

One of the interesting news here is that this is the first 1GHz smartphones that Koreans are getting to enjoy, which is somewhat curious considering their market. The LG Maxx’s official lineup number will be the LG9400. Sporting a Qualcomm 1GHz processor, it won’t be the QSD8250 found in the Nexus One, but instead the QSD8650.

Apart from the fast processor, the device will also come with a 3.5″ touchscreen, HD video support, as well as a camera with a 5 megapixel sensor. It will use GSM bands, and support Wi-Fi as well as GPS – and last but not least, it’ll even have mobile TV.

Price is still unknown, as well as the release date. It’s not even known if people outside of South Korea will get to see the phone, either, so stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.

[ Via TelecomsKorea ]

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