LG is set to launch a new touchscreen handset, with pictorial evidence emerging in a new product catalogue.
A photo of the LG Arena KM900 surfaced on a brochure which was printed in the Netherlands for retailer Phone House.
According to reports, it will be made available in March and features a five megapixel camera, capable of recording HD quality video, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and built-in A-GPS.
Owners are also likely to benefit from a secondary camera specially designated for video calling.
The phone uses what LG calls an S-Class 3-D interface, details of which are currently scant.
It is thought that the March release date will mean that the LG Arena KM900 will be officially unveiled to the industry later this month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
LG recently unveiled its latest collaboration with Prada in the form of the LG Prada 2, which is currently exclusively available on Orange.
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