LG’s set to announce some new goods today and among those goods is the LG Prada 3.0. The stylish phone not only brings good looks and curvatures, but it also brings a lot of power for which to run Android. We’ve got a 1GHz dual-core OMAP4 processor, an 8 megapixel camera, 8GB of internal storage and NFC inside. It runs Android 2.3.7 with a very easy-on-the-eyes black and white skin on top. (We’re not entirely sure what this overlay is being called.) We’ll be on the lookout for its official announcement later on today. [Engadget]
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