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CNET takes a closer look at the AT&T iteration of the LG Arena.
Nearly a year after its debut in Barcelona, Spain, LG has finally brought the LG Arena to the United States. If you want AT&T Mobile TV in an attractive package, this could be the handset for you.
The LG Arena is a touch-screen phone with a 3D user interface, and it has features such as AT&T Mobile TV, 3G, stereo Bluetooth, and more.
AT&T will offer the LG Arena, which features a 5-megapixel camera, a 3D user interface, Wi-Fi, GPS, 3G, and AT&T Mobile TV.