LG Arena KM900 smartphone to include 3D user interface

Cell phone's touch screen will feature a user interface with a 3D cube-based layout, offering four customizable screens for accessing the phone's features.

Arena KM900 LG Electronics

Getting an early start on the competition, LG Electronics announced Sunday that its new Arena KM900 smartphone will debut at the upcoming Mobile World Congress.

LG is touting the touch screen's user interface as featuring a 3D cube-based layout with four customizable screens for accessing the phone's features.

"The direct, intuitive, and dynamic S-Class UI will be unlike anything that has appeared on a mobile phone before," Skott Ahn, president of LG Mobile, said in a statement.

The Arena features a 3-inch WVGA touch screen with 800×400 resolution and a 5-megapixel camera that promises "DVD quality video recording." The phone will also include support for HSDPA 7.2 networks, Wi-Fi, and A-GPS.

LG plans to announce more details at the Mobile World Congress , which runs February 16 to 19 in Barcelona.

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