One look at the handsets from Gresso’s Avantgarde Collection and you won’t know that they’re actually Windows Mobile-powered mobile phones. Take this, for example. The Gresso Avantgarde Skeleton. From the outside, it looks as fine as any other luxury mobile phone that’s ever been produced. But you know it’s just the same old story underneath.
This Windows Mobile 6.0 smartphone sports a titanium alloy casing “with high-tech ceramic coverage,” and a stainless steel battery case with leather cover and magnet release. The Gresso logo is plastered onto the back side of this phone, and covered with 10 micron gold.
But while this handset sounds mighty fine when talking about its hardware, I’m afraid I can’t say the same about its software and other features. Sapphire crystal glass makes up the transparent back side, which is a good thing, but it only comes with a sad 240 x 320 display and Bluetooth 1.2.
Only 15 units of this $5,000 phone will ever be produced, so you better be quick to line up for it, lest you lose an opportunity to spend your money blindly on an underpowered yet uniquely sexy mobile phone.
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