Snapdragon handset. It's kind of fun to consider a phone with a thousand megahertz processor common these days, isn't it? We already knew LG's Arena Max would have built-in WiFi, but now we can put a face to the name as well as a few other select specs. Wireless connectivity will be augmented with Bluetooth and GPS modules, which will be cozying up to a 5 megapixel camera unit at the back and a 3.5-inch touchscreen up front. The Cyon branding tells us Korea will be the inevitable first destination, though the rest of the world is expected to follow swiftly. More will surely be known at MWC in a week's time. A couple more images await after the break, including a side-by-side with the original Arena.