Excellent style and design.
LG’s best ever touch-screen.
Great HD video camera.
Responsive touch-screen keyboard.
Smooth and fast performance.
Customizable and clean user interface.
Easy handling despite its above average size.
Appearance that makes it standout from the crowd.
Hardware is on par with most high-end models.
Average build for a Prada branded phone.
Cheap plastic casing.
By Good Gear Guide on February 08, 2013
LG has announced the third smartphone it has developed in conjunction with Italian fashion label Prada — the Prada Phone by LG 3.0. Described by the company as a smartphone that combines "style and substance", the handset is definitely a looker...-
By Whathifi.com on June 18, 2012
You don’t slap “Prada” on any slab of phone, darling, so while this one is no slouch, it’s got its work cut out.But specs can, of course, be misleading... The is a good size thanks to a manageable (if slightly stingy 800 x...60
By evogadget.com on June 01, 2012
To make this review more concise, the LG Prada 3.0 P940 will blow you away. It has a thing or two to learn from other smartphones, but what it can do is more than...-
By Expert Reviews on May 22, 2012
A slim, light and stylish Android 2.3 handset with distinctive styling and an attractive customised operating system, but battery life is poor and there's no Android 4.0 yet...60
By Good Gear Guide on April 30, 2012
LG's Prada Phone certainly looks the part thanks to a classy design that blends well with the company's unique, monochrome user interface. Unfortunately, this interface is also the cause of much inconsistency. When combined with only average...60
By Mobile88 on April 27, 2012
With specifications that would have made it a great contender last year, the LG Prada 3.0 does not bring too much to the table in 2012. Still, it is a very solid device that has been given a cosmetic enhancement that is bound to please even the most...-
By tech.uk.msn.com on April 19, 2012
We'll be honest: before using this phone we didn't consider ourselves Prada people. In fact, we were closer to Peacocks people. But with cut-price clothing chains dropping like flies, perhaps it's time for a change. And if Prada clothes are...80
By SlashGear on April 09, 2012
Fashion is fickle. Spring/Summer’s must-have is passé in six months time; that gives the PRADA Phone 3.0 four “seasons” to endure over the average two-year contract. Still, the speed of smartphone turnover is arguably even more...-
By The Verge on April 06, 2012
The original Prada wasn't cheap or powerful, yet its strong design and Prada's brand cachet led to it selling over a million worldwide. Is this phone the natural evolution of a strong franchise? Or should the Prada line have remained a fond...70
By CNET Australia on March 29, 2012
The Prada 3.0 is unlikely to appeal to the fashion-conscious with its cheap, plastic build and is equally unlikely to speak to the tech savvy with its middling specs and...65