LG Prada 3.0

The handset runs on Android Gingerbread, while an improve to Ice Cream Sandwich is due in the not-too-distant future. The specially created UI, steers clear of the usual vibrantly coloured graphics that you'd find on a smartphone screen, in its place opting for a more demure black, white and grey colour scheme.
This really does look slick, although the effect is somewhat ruined by the group of colourful pre-installed Google apps, and any apps that you download from Android Market will also come out in their usual colourful state.

The notification panel appears what time you touch and slide from the top of the screen - all you need to do to turn features on and off it tap the corresponding icons.

You'll get all the usual connectivity options including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 3.0, along with NFC and LG's SmartShare DLNA which enables you to contribute to content between DLNA-enabled devices.

In terms of multimedia, the LG Prada 3.0 offers support for a fair amount of file formats (MPEG4, H.264 and DivX), although for other codecs such as .avi files you'll need to investigate around for a suitable playback app.For music, the handsets supports MP3, AAC, AAC+, eAAC+, EC3 and DTS.

The large 4.3-inch TFT LCD screen is certainly inspiring and enough to match large screen phones such as the HTC Desire HD and the LG Optimus 3D. The display sports a decidedly average WVGA resolution of 800x480 along with NOVA high brightness technology, which means that the display is still readable even in bright daylight.

While the resolution is a little unsatisfactory on paper, the screen copes remarkebly well with web pages and video, with punchy colours and sharp edges and relatively smooth motion on touching images.

The handset sports a rear-facing 8MP camera, with a reasonably zippy autofocus. You can also alter the focal point using an onscreen target that you can move simply by tapping the screen. There are various manual settings to desire from for ISO, white balance and scene modes, or you can just let the phone do the hard work and set it to auto.

There's also a front-facing, fixed-focus camera, which is opened robotically when you tap the camera button on the top of the handset. To switch to the rear-facing snapper, you just tap the icon on the top-left of the screen.

Pictures aren't bad, but they're certainly not the best we've seen and they don't evaluate to the snaps you'd get from the Apple iPhone 4S or Samsung Galaxy S2. As with a lot of camera phones, shooting in daylight produces decent enough results, but shots taken in low light be liable to be rather soft and lacking in detail.

We also originate the same with the full HD (1920x1080) video capture. Taken at 30fps, video footage looks good when shot in good lighting conditions, but suffers in a parallel way to still images in dwindling daylight.

stuffing a 1540 mAh cell, the battery on the LG Prada Phone 3.0 is zero unique and we found that it did deplete quite rapidly throughout the day, so if you're using the phone a lot you've most likely want to take the charger out with you. Thankfully, the charger is nice and light and the battery charges up pretty rapidly once plugged in.

                           Read Full Specification and Price go LG Prada 3.0 Page


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