Fresh images of LG’s Android powered reboot of its Prada-branded range of fashion phones have surfaced online, ahead of its official unveiling later today.
Originally outed in deliberately opaque advertising snaps late last month, the handset has now cropped in new photos unearthed by Pocket Now that afford us a much closer look at it. And rather chi-chi it looks, too.
We’re especially taken with the minimal monochrome reimagining of the Android user interface, which is nicely in keeping with the Prada ethos. And extra points were awarded by uSwitch’s fash pack panel for the wire frame icons that adorn the homescreen.
Unfortunately, the look of the phone provisionally dubbed the LG Prada 3.0 is all we have to go on right now, with nary a spec sheet in sight.
However, if rumours are to believed it’ll pack Android 2.3 out of the box, an eight megapixel camera and a 4.3-inch display, placing it firmly at the top-end of the market.
Similarly under-wraps is when we might expect to be able to buy the handset. The smart money must surely be on a January release, though, lest LG risk their challenger getting lost amid the slew of rival Android kits expected to debut at February’s Mobile World Congress expo.