Mobiado Classic 712 Stealth phone

Luxury phone designer Mobiado adds another beauty to its high-end handsets, which is inspired by military stealth aircrafts and is made from aluminum and sapphire crystal

The new “mobile stealth” version of F-117 Nighthawk has an aluminum frame, created from aircraft aluminum, that is glass-bead blasted to give a matte finish, and then anodize coated black to produce a rock hard ceramic coating for better toughest. The phone has sapphire gems inlayed along its sides, painted sapphire crystal buttons and is assembled using gun-metal black stainless steel screws.

Mobiado Classic 712 Stealth

 

Spec-wise you’ll receive a a 2.2-inch display with 320 x 240 pixels resolution, 1.17 GB internal memory, a quad-band GSM and triple-band WCDMA (2100/1900/900) support, 2 microphones for uplink noise cancellation, A-GPS, music player, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus and flash, and battery which offers up to 5 h talk time. The price is only $2,970.

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