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Tuesday, 24 July 2007 15:35

Samsung to launch Prada phone competitor

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What the Prada phone should've been

Samsung is planning to launch a competing phone to the LG Prada and although it doesn't have a cool fashion brand behind it, the SGH-P520 sure looks the business.

It has a soft flip cover that protects the front of it and it measures 88 x 54 x 8.9mm (H x W x D) and weighs 102g.

As with the Prada phone, the P520 is tri-band GSM only and it might be exclusive to the European market. It has a 2.6in, 320x240 touch screen display that produces 262k colours.

It also has 50MB of user accessible memory and a 3Megapixel camera, a microSD card slot and Bluetooth. So slightly better specifications than the Prada phone so far. However, the P520 has one huge advantage, it's got Wi-Fi with UMA.

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