LG Prada 3.0 Getting Android 4.0 Update In Italy And Germany
I guess you don’t know that the first-gen LG Prada handset won the iF design award in September 2006. Afterwards Apple launched its iconic iPhone, and LG started accusing the Cupertino-based manufacturer in stealing its phone’s design. Well, this is the same chicken-egg controversy, and still we don’t know which company is guilty. Anyway, both companies continue moving ahead, though we must admit Apple’s steps are way quicker. As a result the American company will be launching the iPhone 5 in the nearest future and win consumers’ hearts one more time, while LG will be thinking how to sale its second-gen Prada 3.0 phone. But all these circumstances don’t prevent the company from taking care of its users, and now those who live in Italy or Germany can update their phones to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, which makes the LG Prada 3.0 more attractive.
The original LG Prada was launched back in 2008. It didn’t stand out with any feature, though many users loved this phone due to the fashionable naming and design. But only this year LG launched the follow-up to this device, which is packed with better specs, so users can get it not only for the design and the Prada moniker, but for its features, too. As for the UK, the LG Prada 3.0 was released in February via T-Mobile. The mobile operator doesn’t require any cent if you sign a two-year contract, but if you don’t, it will cost you £239.99.
version 4.0 soon. That “soon” was April, and after three-months delay, the owners of the handset can download and install the update, though the latter is available only in two countries… yet.
As for this update, it is not coming over-the-air, so users must plug their Prada 3.0 phones into a Windows PC and use the LG Mobile Phone Support tool that is available for a Windows PC only. For more details click here.