If expensive cars and decked-up gadgets fit your lifestyle, Gresso has just the thing for you.
Latest in their long line of luxury cell phones, the new Avantgarde White Diamond collection consists of two phones each in a class of its own.
We have already seen the Luna and Sol collections, in addition to the Black Diamond collection revealed back in 2007.
The design sticks close to the Black Diamond collection but drops the black for white diamonds. Otherwise, the casing is made of the same 200-year-old African blackwood and a titanium keyboard base plate. Of the two, the Gresso Royal White Diamonds takes the high seat with all of its 23 keys capped to a total of 23.5 carats of white diamonds while its lesser fortunate sibling, the Gresso White Diamond boasts of diamonds only on the navigation keys. Both the handsets are endowed with 42k sapphire crystal glass displays of QVGA resolution and the keys are made of solid 18k gold.
Now if you think technology takes a backseat, think again. Beneath their respective hoods lie Windows Mobile 6, a 2-megapixel camera, tri-band GSM support, and a microSD memory slot.
The Gresso Royal White Diamonds will be priced 33000 Euros while the Gresso White Diamond will cost around 9000 Euros. That’s a huge wad of green, but hey, with only 200 of these manufactured, you will be taking home a sense of uniqueness unmatched by any other regular cell phones available, right?
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