Flick the keypad out and you're ready to start bashing out emails or texts. We found it easy to use -- make more Qwerty phones like this please, LG. You can also use the keypad to type URLs and search terms when you're browsing the Web, but we weren't overly impressed with the Prada's browser. We'll reserve final judgement for the full review, though.
In terms of connecting to the Web you can use HSDPA (3.5G) or Wi-Fi. There's no GPS, which is a shame, and no built-in 3.5mm headphone jack. The screen has iPhone-like multitouch features, so you can zoom in on pics by pinching the screen, for example. There's also an acceleremoter that can sense which way you're holding the phone and tilt the screen accordingly.