LG Prada 3.0 launching at Phones 4U tomorrow

Mobile specialist Phones4U has struck some sort of DEAL to allow it to sell the new LG Prada phone slightly before everyone else, with the fancy slimline Android model launching through the retailer from tomorrow.

There’s some pretty decent deals up on the phone’s pre-order page too, letting you get a Prada 3.0 on an O2 contract for £21.50 a month with an £89 upfront fee. That SIM comes with 100 calling minutes, 500 SMS messages and 500MB of mobile data.

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We are still oddly attracted to it and are composing a review request email at this very moment. Although we never get much joy from P4U or LG, so don’t hold your breath. Here’s the thing:

PHONES 4u WILL BE FIRST IN THE UK TO RECEIVE STOCK OF THE NEW PRADA PHONE BY LG

London, 26.01.12 – Phones 4u is proud to announce that it will be the first retailer in the UK to stock the new PRADA phone by LG 3.0. The first batch of designer PRADA phones will go on sale for the first time in the UK tomorrow, on Friday 27th January.


With its sleek black design, unique PRADA customised black, grey and white user interface, and PRADA’s signature Saffiano leather feel back, the PRADA phone by LG 3.0 is every gadget-smitten fashionista’s dream. But what it exudes in style it also oozes in substance.

Currently one of the slimmest phones on the smartphone market at 8.5mm, the PRADA phone by LG has a high brightness 800-nit NOVA display to view all those crystal clear photos taken on the 8MP camera. With 1.0GHz Dual-Core/Dual-Channel processor and dual-band Wi-Fi for high-speed performance and internet browsing, it also comes with an internal memory up to 8GB, all wrapped up in a deluxe PRADA branded box with PRADA branded stereo headset included.

Scott Hooton, Phones 4u Chief Commercial Officer commented: “Our customers value their mobile phones highly, and so seek not only a powerhouse of technology, but aspirational design also. The PRADA phone by LG 3.0 delivers on both fronts, and we’re excited to be putting it into the hands of our customers before anyone else.”

If you take out a contract on the PRADA phone by LG 3.0 at Phones 4u before the end of February, you’ll also get 12 months free unlimited* 4u Wi-Fi. The new 4u Wi-Fi offering from Phones 4u allows you access to Wi-Fi from your mobile phone whenever you’re in one of The Cloud’s 6000+ hotspots across the UK. What makes 4u Wi-Fi even better is that you only have to register for Wi-Fi access ONCE. Each time you then enter one of The Cloud’s Wi-Fi hotspots, you will be automatically connected to wireless internet.
The PRADA phone by LG 3.0 will be available from Phones 4u stores and online FREE from £31 a month on a choice of networks from Friday 27th January. You can watch a hands-on review of the glossy new PRADA phone by LG 3.0 on the Phones 4u website now, and order yours from tomorrow.

Features of the PRADA phone by LG 3.0 include:

· Operating System: Android Gingerbread

· Memory: User up to 8GB (expandable to 32GB via microSD card)

· Screen Size: 4.3”

· Resolution: WVGA (800 x 480)

· NOVA Display: 800 nit

· Camera: 8MP

· 1.0GHz Dual-Core/ Dual Channel Processor

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  1. mark

     /  January 26, 2012

    pretty sure p4u are gonna botch this release as they did with the galaxy nexus!!!

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