LG Prada: Straight From the Ramp

By: Alice Erin

Fashion phones have came up a big way in recent years. From experimenting with shapes and sizes of mobile phones to adding designs and patterns to their casing - mobile phone designing too have changed with the dynamics of the whole mobile technology itself. Amount of importance given by their manufacturers on this types of products could be made out when big names from the fashion industry join hands with mobile phone manufacturers. In one such case, Prada - one of the biggest name in the fashion industry have joined hands with LG to come up with a meticulously designed mobile phone that incorporates all the advanced features to satisfy even the most demanding mobile phone user.

The LG Prada , or the Prada phone by LG - as it is being marketed marks the true union of style and functionality. Its designers left the LG brand mark for a more fashionably acceptable Prada nit just for its brand association and recall value, but also to maintain the minimalistic look of the LG Prada. The handset sports a sleek glossy casing that exudes sophistication. Most intriguing aspect of the LG Prada is the absence of any keypad. Instead, the handset uses a larger than life TFT touchscreen that doubles up as numeric keypad where you can type with your bare hands. The 3 inch display can produce 262k colours across 240x400 pixels. Style quotient of its appearance spills over to the flash based user interface, which looks as good as the mobile itself.

However, the LG Prada is not just a beauty that is also a great all round performer. Instead, the LG Prada includes within itself, many office applications like document viewer and PIM, multimedia functions like a 2.0 megapixel camera, integrated media player and FM radio and almost all connectivity tools known to the mobile technology. With the LG Prada its not just about how you do it, but more importantly, it is about how you look while doing it.

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