Luxury phones almost bore me these days, for every other day, there is a new one. None of the models with all their diamonds and gold can excite me. Perhaps I have lost interest in life or in luxury, or in both. Nevertheless, there still seem to be a number of people who are interested in these blinged out gadgets, for companies seem to roll out newer and flashier models every other time. This time around, Mobiado has launched its yet another ostentatious model called the Classic 712 Stealth.
It is inspired by the military stealth aircrafts and is made of aluminium and sapphire crystal plates that are large in size. The cellphones are assembled using gun-metal black stainless steel screws. You could either have an Arabic, Cyrillic or English input which clearly tells you who the target is. The Middle Eastern oil rich tycoons and the shady Russian billionaires, whom I really find very oily.
The quad-band GSM and tri-band WCDMA (900 / 1900 / 2100 MHz) is pretty good, and so is the GPS, 2.2 inch QVGA screen, email, web browser, music player, and 5MP autofocus camera with flash. If you are neither a Russian billionaire nor a Middle Eastern Sheikh, you might as well get yourself something cheaper, and use the money to buy a fast car.
Via: Unwired View