Yesterday LG unveiled the successor of the extremely popular LG Prada phone. This time some fancy features come to compliment the exquisite looks of the designer phone. And believe it or not the only difference in design is the addition of a QWERTY keyboard (yeap – you got that right, keyboard).
While LG haven’t yet announced the detailed specification list of the Prada II (a.k.a. KF900) all of its highlights are already known. For starters, a 5 megapixel camera with Schneider-Kreuznach certified lens comes to replace the modest 2 megapixel shooter of the original Prada.
In an attempt to gain new market territory, outside the if-it-ain’t-shinin’-I-ain’t-buyin realm, LG have also
included 3G and Wi-Fi connectivity in the KF900 Prada II. HSDPA is also on board, improving data transfer rates even further.
The new Prada mobile will be available though major mobile dealerships in Italy, UK, France, Germany, Spain and Netherlands in the 4Q of 2008. The pleasure of having one to squeeze in your pocket is worth 600 euro (810 US dollars).