Rumor: LG Prada 3 Headed to Sprint with Android Power
Here’s a random rumor from left field that just might make actually pan out. We’re hearing from a couple of places today that LG’s next PRADA handset will be Android-based and run on Sprint’s network. Dubbed PRADA 3, the chatter has pegged the phone with a full QWERTY and touch screen. This would mark the first time the luxury handset would be paired up with a carrier as previous iterations have been SIM-free and unlocked.
Word around campfire is that the PRADA will be at CES 2010 in January, LG and Sprint have scheduled a joint event.
Thanks to ‘wen’ for the tip!
Does Android need a luxury phone? What would be more luxurious than an Xperia X10 or Nexus One?
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