Gresso, those purveyors of luxury (i,e.never going to own) handsets have done it again with the sinisterly named Skeleton. I’m a little perplexed though. What’s the point of designing a luxury phone, encased in titanium alloy, “with high tech ceramic coverage”, crystal sapphire glass and stainless steel, only to make fifteen handsets for five grand a piece? Seems like a bit of a strange move, but that’s what Gresso (no strangers to the outlandish) is doing with its avant-garde Skeleton collection – an aptly named handset for something that looks ominously dark and goth-esque.
Other then not warranting a five thousand pound price tag, it sports Windows Mobile 6.0, Bluetooth, a music player, a transparent back panel and a 240 x 320 pixel display. A phone described as avant-garde is never going to fall into the affordable category, so unless affordable equals five thousand pounds, all that’s on offer is admiration I’m afraid.[via Engadget]
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