Summary: Looks fancy, has a fancy name but, not nearly worth what I payed. User interface is terrible, the touch screen is uncomfortable. Sadly I'm very disappointed with this product. Also I was thinking it was a smart phone but it definitely is not!
Summary: This phone worked for 2 weeks then died. I tried EVERYTHING, a new battery (twice) and multiple repair service centers. Nothing worked. Save yourself time and money and buy something else, ANYTHING else.
Summary: The only positive side of this phone is the design, however it does not worth it for the design. Among the stuff I dislike, I dont know where to start. The worst touch screen capabilities, worst menu, worst calling features, worst camera... in the other words, this phone is just wrong. I saw many good reviews about this phone and I am not sure what the people are talking about.
Summary: Despite this phone's lack of functionality, it has sophisticated style. Unfortunatley, style cannot compensate for poor performance. The reception is wretched. Rural, suburban, urban it makes no difference; be prepared for dropped/missed calls, late text messages and conversations full of "can you hear me now?" Please note that this is an international version which I believe greatly influeces this phone's performance.
Summary: That Prada phone was to hard to navigate through. Trying to call someone from the phone book took too much to do just to get a number to call. Next was that the phone signal was always low indoors. It was a great outdoor phone where as I never got any dropped calls, but the second I was at work or in my apartment there goes the signal. The touch screen was ok but not as accurate as the I-Phone. Don't just pay for the name Prada, pay for quality.
Summary: This is the worst cell phone I have had so far. Yes, it is true the phone looks sleek and stylish, however user experience is as bad as it gets. For one, the dialing responds to the heat of your fingers and not the actual touching so you can bang on it as long as you want but it would not work unless it is a worm finger LOL (yes ladies cut your nails and take your gloves off...).
Summary: Unfortunatley I cannot offer a proper review of this phone BECAUSE IT NEVER ARRIVED!!!! If you see it being sold by ROBINSONS don't touch it with a bargepole. They take your money, tell you it's been dispached & you never receive it. Amazon were fantastic & refunded my money along with a "goodwill" payment, so I cannot fault them.
Summary: this phone is for snooty noobs who cant get the standard edition because it isnt good enough for them. they are either realy insecure or think that they will be cool if they go round flashing their LG that says prada on it. if you want a prada phone just get a permenant marker. and in the most in your face writing you can do write prada in big letters on the back of your phone. that way when people see you talking on it they will know you have a whole lot of money.
Summary: For starters, I have to get this out there: the start up sound on that is one of the scariest, sharpest and piercing sounds I have heard in my entire life. It sounds like someone amplified the sound of someone removing a rusty sword from its scabbard, times 1000. As soon as you turn a phone on and you hear a noise like that, you know something's been seriously overlooked, or at least created in a hurry.