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LG G Watch detailed as first Android Wear wearable device

LG G Watch detailed as first Android Wear wearable device

Today right on top of Google’s first Android Wear push, LG has revealed that they’ll be releasing an LG G Watch. This device will make use of Google’s Android Wear software, based in Android with a number of Google-specific abilities. This includes working with Google Now and the "OK Google" keyword right out of the box.

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PRADA Phone 3.0 by LG Review

PRADA Phone 3.0 by LG Review

Are you a trend-setter, a dedicated follower, or a fashion disaster? That's the question we've been asking of the PRADA Phone 3.0 by LG, the phone company's third attempt at a handset suitable for the catwalk, and the first to legitimately fall under the smartphone banner. Running Android with a custom UI in Anna Wintour's favorite color scheme, the new PRADA handset is hoping to appeal to fashionistas and geeks in equal measure, but is it truly bespoke, merely off the peg, or a thrift-store special? Read on for the SlashGear review.

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PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 on sale in UK on Friday

PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 on sale in UK on Friday

The PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 will hit UK shelves tomorrow, Friday January 27, retailer Phones 4U has confirmed, with the designer-branded Android smartphone priced from free with a new agreement. Packing a 4.3-inch LG NOVA IPS display - albeit running only at WVGA resolution - along with an 8-megapixel camera and NFC, the PRADA Phone runs Android 2.3 Gingerbread right now but has an ICS upgrade in the works.

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PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 priced and dated for unlocked launch

PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 priced and dated for unlocked launch

The PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 will hit UK shelves in early February, retailers have confirmed, with the unlocked Android 2.3 smartphone priced at £429.99 ($666) including tax. Supplies are expected sometime within the week commencing February 6, according to Clove, just ahead of MWC 2012. Fashionistas tempted by the Italian-branded blower will get a 4.3-inch WVGA Nova Plus display and 8-megapixel camera.

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Can PRADA Save LG?

Can PRADA Save LG?

LG's first PRADA Phone was legitimately groundbreaking, with its pre-iPhone capacitive touchscreen. The second PRADA handset was a stumbling attempt to cash in on a much-loved fashion label. Now, with the PRADA Phone by LG 3.0, the Korean firm is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Samsung and end 2011 on a high. The signs are surprisingly good: a great display only marred by mediocre resolution, a neatly designed body and no shortage of top-tier features like NFC, speedy HSPA+ and a potent dual-core. Can the third-gen PRADA Phone - and the lessons to be learned from it - lead LG to mobile salvation?

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PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 hands-on

PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 hands-on

The PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 is official, so we slipped into the softest of our silk evening jackets and grabbed some hands-on playtime with the 4.3-inch Android smartphone. The third in LG's series of PRADA collaborations, it marks a switch to a smartphone OS - in this case Android 2.3 Gingerbread, with an Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade promised for early in the new year - and an all-round more impressive set of specifications. Read on for our first impressions.

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PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 leaks [Update: Official]

PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 leaks [Update: Official]

The PRADA Phone by LG 3.0 isn't expected to be made official until later on today, but that hasn't stopped press shots and specs of the dual-core Android smartphone from leaking out ahead of time. The monochrome aesthetic of LG's hardware and custom UI - running on top of Android 2.3 Gingerbread - don't come as a huge surprise in BestBoyz shot, given we've already seen the K2 in the wild and teased ahead of an early 2012 release by the company itself.

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LG PRADA Phone K2 confirmed for early 2012

LG PRADA Phone K2 confirmed for early 2012

LG and Prada have confirmed plans to launch the third PRADA phone in early 2012, sharing some early sketches of the fashion-centric smartphone but refusing to spill technical details. The device - believed to be the Android-powered PRADA K2 first spotted on a leaked roadmap midway through this year - will be a combination of "style, design and breakthrough technology" according to the two firms, and certainly looks to do away with a physical keyboard.

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LG Prada K2 caught on (blurry) video

LG Prada K2 caught on (blurry) video

Leaked video purportedly showing a (very blurry) LG Prada K2 smartphone has emerged, doing very little to dampen our enthusiasm about the incoming touchscreen handset. The clip, passed to Pocketnow, shows a brief glimpse of the slimline slab, which is tipped to use LG's NOVA technology for its 4.3-inch display and deliver 1,000 nits of brightness. To put that into perspective, the Super AMOLED Plus panel on the Galaxy S II is said to run at around 300 nits, and the iPhone 4 Retina Display at around 500 nits.

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LG PRADA 3 to use Android; headed to Sprint in 2010?

LG PRADA 3 to use Android; headed to Sprint in 2010?

Mark this down as a definite vague rumor for the moment, but there's talk that LG's next PRADA cellphone might adopt the Android OS.  The so-called PRADA 3 is expected to have a QWERTY keyboard and touchscreen, and it's also been suggested that US carrier Sprint will be offering the device.  If so, it would make this particular luxury smartphone the first carrying the PRADA name to use CDMA rather than a GSM radio.

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