Need to know what LG Arena KM900 is all about just by watching a couple of seconds of video footage? Check out the product video below, showing what the new intuitive 3D S-Class UI can do on the freshly launched handset:

Launched today, at Mobile World Congress 2009, in Barcelona, LG Arena KM900 comes with features like Reel Scrolling (lay out menus as if they were on a film reel, Elastic Lists (easier browsing through contacts) and smooth 3D transitions thanks to a powerful AMD CPU. Arena is a dynamic phone that uses a Floating Image Gallery, displaying photos in rows.

One turn of the phone on its side and the photos will cascade off the screen and get showed in larger versions. Other features that are enhanced by the great interface are the Tactile Analogue Alarm Clock and Radio Tuner, that make you feel like you’re moving a real clock’s hands.

KM900 also features a 3 inch full touchscreen display with a WVGA resolution, support for DivX and Xvid codecs, plus a 5 megapixel camera that can record 120 frames per second slow mo videos.

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