After several tantalising dribbles of information and a semi-official announcement, we've finally got our hands on the full specs list of the LG Arena KM900.
It's the new touch-screen media-phone from LG and is only the second phone with Dolby Mobile technology, which, honest to god Ma, really does make music and movies sound awesomely surround sound.
With the Arena's three-inch multi-touch-screen and hi-res WVGA display, high-quality DVD and Xvid files should come out great. The phone also packs a five-megapixel camera with auto and manual focus, D1 recording for DVD-resolution video content and is able to record at up to 120fps so you'll be able to playback in slow-mo.
The Arena is HSDPA- and Wi-Fi-enabled, and comes with A-GPS and location-based services support - Google Mobile Service including Search, Maps, Gmail, YouTube and Blogs.
Storage is a pretty impressive 8GB of internal, and you can expand that by up to 32GB in its microSD slot. The battery provides up 30 hours MP3 playing and 300 hours standby.
The Arena also features LG's new 3D user interface, which operates on a cube layout with four customisable home screens that you flip between by swiping across the screen. A neat touch is Elastic Lists - touch a contact or other menu listing and it stretches to show more info or options - which eliminate the need to click through to another screen. Minimising clicks seems to be on everyone's mind this year - it's also a core feature of the new Windows Mobile 6.5 operating system.
Clocks in at 105.9x55.3x11.95mm, and comes in black or silver titanium with tempered glass finish. Available in March (Europe).