Mobiado reveals Professional 105 Damascus luxury phone

The Canadian luxury phone designer Mobiado, has revealed its new hand made beauty – Professional 105 Damascus phone.

The handset body is made from hand forged Damascus steel, a beautiful material, whose grain patterns appear from repeatedly hammering and folding of different types of steel upon itself. This Mobiado claims, makes every 105 Damascus different and unique, no two phones are alike. The entire front and back of the phone has been crafted from large pieces of sapphire crystal and the buttons and the screws are also made from stainless steel and then glass-bead blasted to give matte texture and look. The phone also has an unique patent pending hidden sliding battery cover mechanism and a battery cover made from one piece sapphire crystal.

Professional 105 Damascus

Under the luxury case with dimensions of 109.3 mm x 47.5 mm x 10.6 mm and weight of 162g, there are pretty standard features – 2-inch (320 x 240 pixels) display, quad-band GSM/EGSM and dual-band WCDMA networks support, 1 GB internal memory, music player, Bluetooth, Micro USB and a 2 megapixel camera.

Mobiado Professional 105 Damascus

The price? Yes I want to know how much will it cost too.

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