LG is readying a new addition to its range of Prada-branded phones, it has emerged, giving the long-standing line a voguish Android Gingerbread look.
Dubbed the Prada K1, the super slim 8.8mm handset sports a look not a million miles from earlier LG Prada collaborations, with a minimal design, black shell and Prada branding front and centre.
However, while those were mid-range feature phone kits, the K1 on paper at least looks like it’ll stand toe to toe with the likes of the HTC Desire S, if not the phone du jour, the Samsung Galaxy S2.
As well as running the latest 2.3 version of Android (aka Gingerbread) out of the box, it’s also home to an eight megapixel camera and a secondary 1.3 megapixel snapper for video calls.
Elsewhere, you’re looking at 16GB of internal storage and a capacious 4.3-inch Nova display.
According to PocketNow, which sourced a roadmap detailing the handset, the Prada K1 is set for release during the fourth quarter.
The release schedule contained therein also disclosed details of two other previously unseen smartphones, including lower end Android phones and LG’s first Windows Mango effort.