Back in July, we first heard that LG was planning on rejuvenating its Prada line of devices with the first ever smartphone to bear that name. It was going to run Android, and in August we even saw quick glimpses of it in a leaked video.
But today we have something better: the first leaked pictures showing the LG Prada K2 in all its glory. For what it’s worth, K2 is probably a codename. You should also know that according to the person who leaked these images, the design is still not final, and hence subject to change.
The images show a phone very much like the one caught on video two months ago, yet the design has already evolved from the mockup we saw with the roadmap leak this summer. So it may just continue to evolve.
The phone’s model number will be P940, and it will be less than 9 mm thin. It will have a 4.3-inch very bright (1000 nits) touchscreen, an 8 MP main camera, a 1.3 MP secondary front-facing camera, 21 Mbps HSDPA support, and a yet unknown dual-core processor.
All in all this looks like it’s going to be LG’s flagship smartphone for the holidays, since its release is still pegged to happen sometime during this quarter. A fashion-conscious flagship, if you will. Which unfortunately may not make it to the US, since none of its predecessors ever did.
Via Phone Arena
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