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LG Arena (AT&T): CTIA 2014 Super Mobility Week

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CTIA 2014 Super Mobility Week: LG Arena (AT&T)

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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.

>> Nicole Lee: I'm Nicole Lee Associate Editor for CNET.com and this is a first look at the LG Arena for AT&T. There's already a version of this in the European and Asian market but this is the first American market that we've seen here. As you can see here it is a touch screen phone. Underneath the screen here are 3 touch sensitive keys. They are the send key, the clear key and the end key, they're all touch sensitive. The LG Arena has multiple home screens that you can customize a variety of short cuts. The bottom of the home screen here has short cuts too: The keypad, the contacts list, the messaging menu as well as the main menu. The different home screens can change via 3D user interface as you can see here. The main menu interface is also pretty interesting. You can change between the different applications of each category by just swiping your finger across the screen. On the back there's a 5 megapixel camera lens as well as a flash LED. Features of the phone include the before mentioned 5 megapixel camera with the mart light technology, you also get access to AT&Ts broadband services thanks to the 3G services on here like AT&T Mobile Music, AT&T video. You also get access to AT&Ts live mobile television service called AT&T Mobile TV courtesy of Flow TV. It also has GPS on here; it also has stereo Bluetooth as well as a music player. The LG arena will be available in Q1 of this year for $250. I'm Nicole Lee this has been a first look at the LG Arena.

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