LG Prada - Now LG Wears Prada!

By: Adam Caitlin

The first ever joint venture between LG and Prada - the LG Prada is a sensational device. The device combines high-end technology with avant-garde design, to offer nothing but the best in style and performance. Seems like LG have understood how mobiles have started reflecting the attributes of personality- just as our clothes do. And so, did the right thing by collaborating with a fashion house. And the result? As already said, a passionate piece of work- all ready to be flaunted.

LG Prada is a real breakthrough in the market. The device is elegant, sophisticated, and the first to be with advance touch interface. The phone comes wrapped in complete black colour, in a conventional candy bar style. The simple style comes with no keys and no extra elements. The only thing in the exterior that grips attention is the large screen, but that too blends seamlessly with the make of the . So, you might wonder what makes the device fly off the shelves.

Well, the charisma of LG Prada is unveiled when the device is activated. The phone starts up with a peculiar sound. The high resolution screen display cute icons, and are highly responsive. As far as usability goes, a gently finger tap ensures your work is done. One of the most interesting addition in LG Prada is the World Clock, this acts like Google Earth, delivering you the desired information. By default the screen flashes a big Analogue clock, extending a rather retro-look to it. The screen of LG Prada easily accommodates a comprehensive keypad, and the size of each key is large enough to ensure hassle free typing. No, there is no tactile feedback here, but that does not bring frown in the face either.

Apart from the famed looks, the LG Prada also maintains itself as essentially a mobile. So, the gamut offers 2 megapixel camera, Mp3 player, Bluetooth and USB, tri-band connectivity, host of messaging services, good battery life and good memory. For information about Please visit our site.

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