Multitouch–toting LG Prada II officially unveiled

While most of us are probably plumping for Carphone Warehouse's £5 phone, some folks with more than last week's wages stashed under the mattress

So step forwad the LG Prada II. Known also by its boring codename, the KF900, the fashion phone has finally been given an official unveiling at the Prada store on London's Bond Street.

In addition to the slick features we already know about – 5MP camera, QWERTY slider, 7.2Mbps HSDPA  we've also been given the full skinny on a slew of added goodies. Most notably, the touchscreen has been given a proper hike and now includes multitouch for viewing snaps, web browsing and document viewing.

Haptic feedback remains, with support for Bluetooth 2.0 and Wi–Fi also included. You'll be able to play pretty much any music file you happen to have kicking around too, with support for MP3, WMA, AAC and WAV.

Size–wise, it comes in at just 16.75mm, tipping the scales at 130g with battery included. You'll get 3 hours talk time before the juice runs out, with 400 hours standby time.

LG's also unveiled a new wrist device dubbed the Prada Link, which will alert you to texts, incoming calls and alarms. It all hooks up via Bluetooth and is surely the most futuristic way to check your phone without getting it out of your bag.

We'll be bringing you a hands–on video soon, so keep an eye on our Watch and Listen section. And while you wait, make sure you check out our 5 things you need to know about the LG Prada II.