The original was a real trend setter, and we've been hearing for a while that LG is lining up a smartphone successor to the oh-so-fashionable Prada phone and its successor, the Prada II.
Well, an anonymous tipster has just whispered some fresh specs for the device in Phone Arena's ear, and sent over a couple of pics too - though it's claimed that this isn't the final design.
We remember the original Prada being launched and just what a stir it created. Back then, touchscreen smartphones minus a stylus were a bit of a novelty and we gawped open mouthed at its ability to help you do pointless things like interact with fake fish on the first real live wallpapers.
Then came the iPhone and everything changed.
Which is why LG really is going to have to pull something special out of the bag this time around. Flashy associations are more common these days and there are plenty of handsets around boasting fancy specifications.
Based on previous speculation, we know the Prada K2 will come running Android Gingerbread, which is no Ice Cream Sandwich but it beats the feature phone platform of the original.
Being on the cutting edge of fashion, it's suitably skinny at just 9mm thick, while the display is a NOVA 4.3in job with 1,000 nits (apparently that means it'll be very bright.)
There will be an 8MP camera round the back, plus a 1.3MP shooter around the front - no big surprises there - plus HSDPA+ and a dual-core processor.
And when can you get it? Well, if you're in Blighty, most likely "sometime this quarter" which means, crucially, just in time for Christmas!