Our namesake from the mobile phone world – LG KM900 Arena – is getting an AT&T twin. Its model number is LG GT950 and these are the first photos we’ve seen of it. We’re not sure if it will be called Arena or not though (probably not).
As you can see, it looks pretty much like the LG KM900 Arena, except that the video call camera and the proximity sensors seem to have moved on the left side of the phone.
There’s not a lot of info available but the LG GT950 Arena should run the S-Class user interface. We don't expect any major changes to the hardware, so the screen should be a 3” capacitive touchscreen with WVGA resolution.
Other goodies of the original LG Arena that the LG GT950 also has include the 5MP autofocus camera with LED flash and D1 video recording at 30fps, 8GB internal memory, microSD card slot, Wi-Fi and GPS, DivX/XviD support and TV out as well as an FM radio and an FM transmitter. And 3G of course with 7.2Mbps HSDPA.
As the LG GT950 is not announced officially these specs are just speculation, but should be pretty close to the truth. There’s not even a hint of when to expect the announcement.