It sure didn’t take long for Gresso to come up with yet another new luxury phone.
After the Skeleton Gold, the Russian company has now launched the Gresso Lady Diamond, a handset obviously designed for the ladies.
More exactly, for ladies who can afford to pay $5,500 on a phone, because that’s the price of a Gresso Lady Diamond.
The phone comes in a very limited edition: only 8 units are made. And while I do find it good-looking, I can’t help thinking that it’s way too expensive.
Of course, its high price is somehow justified by the materials the device is built from, including “high-tech ceramic of Magenta Diamond color”, 18K gold, 4 white diamonds (on the navigation keys) and genuine leather.
On the back of the phone, we can see the transparent sapphire crystal cover, which has become a trademark for Gresso devices.
When it comes to technical specs, the handset offers Windows Mobile 6 Standard, GSM/GPRS connectivity, Bluetooth, Music player, a 2MP camera and 2GB of onboard memory.
The Gresso Lady Diamond is available starting today, but it looks like you can only get it from Russia.
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