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LG’s Arena was only recently unveiled, but T-Mobile’s already scored itself an exclusive upgrade to the hyped-up handset.

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LG's Arena: in "Titan Black"

Until now the phone has only been seen in silver, but T-Mobile has today announced that it will also offer the handset in a high-gloss “Titan Black”.

The new shade of Arena will be available through the operator at some point this month, but a price hasn’t been disclosed.

In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, LG Arena – also known as the LG-KM900 – has a customisable 3D cube interface that provides direct access to all of the phone’s features. In terms of specifications, you can expect 7.2Mb/s HSDPA 3G, Wi-Fi and Assisted GPS. It also has a 5Mp camera on board. ®

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