Only one week after introducing the Classic 712 Stealth, Mobiado has now announced another new luxury phone, the Classic 712MG Mokume Gane.
Meaning “wood-grain metal” in Japanese, Mokume Gane is a technique of “bonding mixed-metal” invented in Japan in the 17th century and initially used for sword fittings.
The phone’s Mokume Gane frame includes a mix of nickel silver, copper and brass, which is “stacked and wrapped in steel foil”. Other materials used in the handset’s body: sapphire crystal, stainless steel, and 24k / 18k gold.
Like all the other Mobiado phones, the Classic 712MG Mokume Gane is unlocked and features 3G, a 2.2 inch QVGA display, GPS, email, web browser, music player, and a 5MP camera. You can find out more about it at Mobiado’s website (the price is not unveiled, though).
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