LG Prada 3.0 Review
The new LG Prada 3.0 definitely sounds glamorous; however, compared to other phones tagged with fashion brands, the Prada 3.0 is far from being mediocre in features. It boasts a speedy 1GHZ dual-core processor and the 1GB RAM is accessed using dual-channel technology to improve performance. The phone comes with an 8 Gb of internal storage and the microSD slot supports up to 32GB of memory card. The phone offers standard connectivity options, such as Wi-Fi b/g/n, Bluetooth 3.0 and GPS. Overall the design and shape speaks well of its Prada brand and the device gives a wonderful manageable feel with its curved edges. Following its minimalist look, the Prada 3.0 lacks a physical camera button.
The phone features the Android 2.3.7 (Gingerbread) and support for NFC technology. It has a 4.3” NOVA display with WVGA resolution, although it’s not the best, NOVA-based display is definitely one of the brightest. The Prada 3.0 comes with a black and white theme, as well as personalized widgets. Just like other LG phones, the keyboard is decently accurate, but fortunately, it is perfectly possible to install a third-party keyboard, such as Swype. Unfortunately, the messaging system doesn’t include unifications that are often used by techies. The browsing speed is pretty spruced up thanks to its sizable RAM size. Surfing between websites is smooth and slick despite slow Internet speed. While it runs on the latest version of Gingerbread, LG promised an update in 2012, however, the Korean manufacturer is notorious for being awfully unreliable with its update scheduling.