LG announces a new Prada phone

LG Electronics and Prada have announced the renewal of their mobile phone partnership, mentioning a new phone in the process of design and manufacture.

LG’s PRADA phones created quite a splash when they were released quite a few years ago and after Motorola’s recent come back with the RAZR it looks like LG hopes to capitalize on the PRADA name as well.

The new phone has nothing in common with the already announced LG Prada K2. It will feature no capacitive buttons, which could be an indication of what operating system it will be running on – most likely Ice Cream Sandwich. Other than this there is no information on its features and goodies it will come with.

LG Prada

The new LG Prada phone is expected in early 2012.

Source: Ubergizmo

Related posts

Acer debuts the XR341CKA gaming monitor

Acer debuts the XR341CKA gaming monitor

Modern gaming is not all about the video card that sits inside your PC – what good is the latest 3D graphics card when you don’t have a monitor that is sophisticated enough to display all the eye-candy the video card is capable of? This is exactly the point where Acer strikes with its new and...

Sony starts streaming the FIFA World Cup Collection to BRAVIA TVs and Blu-ray Disc

Sony announced that it will start streaming the FIFA World Cup Collection to BRAVIA TVs and Blu-ray Disc players across Europe via its BRAVIA Internet Video platform from late May. All current and prospective owners of a BRAVIA TV, BRAVIA Home Theatre or Sony Blu-ray player with BRAVIA Internet...

Samsung debuts P80 Premium, P30 Essential series notebooks and NB30 Pro netbook

Samsung Electronics America announced two new notebook  series aimed at business users - P80 Premium series and P30 Essential series. Along with the two new lines, Samsung also intros and the NB30 Pro netbook for professionals in the office and while on the road. “Business users have...

Leave a comment