LG Prada K2 visits the FCC and brings NFC support with it

LG Prada K2 visits the FCC and brings NFC support with it
Late last month we showed you a picture of the Android powered LG Prada K2 that one of our loyal readers had taken for us. While no subsequent information has been released about the model, the third version of the world's first touchscreen handset has just paid a visit to the gang at the FCC. The first models of the LG Prada were featurephones and the LG Prada K2 is the first in the series to be a smartphone.

While a U.S. release is unknown at this point, the FCC visit revealed that the phone will come with NFC support, dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and GSM/EDGE 850 and 1900 WCDMA 1900. Bringing the phone up to date will be the inclusion of a dual-core processor under the hood, and a rear-facing and front-facing camera. While the phone's innards are brought up to modern times, the outside of the phone looks as fashionable as ever in its simplicity.

While we have no idea when the LG Prada K2 might launch, an FCC visit is important as it is one more item on the checklist that can be removed.

source: FCC via Phandroid



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