Spyker to launch four new phones
Spyker’s foray into the mobile industry seems to be more than just a seasonal business, as the Dutch sports car maker is getting ready to release no less than four new phones during 2009.
We briefly saw two of them, at the beginning of February, but now we’ve got more details, as well as better pictures.
Unfortunately, the Spyker phone that offers the nicest set of features doesn’t have a name yet.
However, we know that it’s a slim candybar built from titanium and coming with a crystal glass display.
Here’s what it looks like:
Its specs include:
- Quad band GSM connectivity
- UMTS/HSDPA/ HSUPA connectivity
- Bluetooth with A2DP
- 3MP camera
- 1.3MP front-facing camera for video calls
- MicroSD card support
Next we have a phone that’s apparently called Spyker EG200. It brings a touchscreen display and a touch-sensitive navigation pad, plus features like tri-band GSM connectivity, a 3MP camera and Bluetooth with A2DP.
Lastly, we have two Spyker sliders that look about the same. The difference is that one of them has an aluminum case. Other than that, they both feature dual-SIM capabilities, tri-band GSM/GPRS connectivity, Bluetooth and 2MP cameras.
Release dates and pricing details are still unknown.
Via GSM HelpDesk