Gresso unveils hand polished luxury smartphone
The luxury smartphone maker Gresso has prepared a new offering for all those who value luxury and functionality. The new Gresso Regal Black smartphone is an exclusive offer that features a hand-polished body and an innovative geometry.
Measuring 121 mm x 46 mm x 12 mm the new smartphone weighs approximately 130 grams. On the outside the Regal Black is very elegant, being a one-piece detail, thanks to the high-precision equipment performance that allowed the designers to cut the complicated frame geometry. Solid titanium slab has been used as the main material, and no compromises were allowed between the quality and the costs in manufacturing the Regal Black phone. The finished phone case has only 9 % of the original metal work-piece, and the phone case got hand polished before its covering in black PVD-surface, giving extra protection. Both front and back parts of the chassis are made of tempered mineral glass. Gresso took advantage of exclusive tinting technology, which was especially created for the Regal series phones.
Inside the new Gresso Regal Black features an 860 mAh lithium-ion battery, which is supposed to provide talk time of up to 5.4 hours while stand-by time is around 300 hours. The Regal Black runs the Symbian S40 mobile platform, which was used in the Nokia Vertu luxury smartphones. The flip side of the royal-looking mobile phone also shows off a 2MP camera.
With just 333 phones made, Gresso will offer the Regal Black luxury smartphone at authorized resellers only and the phone will cost no less than 5000 USD. The new smartphone is out next month.