Mobiado Grand Touch – luxury Android touchscreen phone

The Canadian luxury phone designer Mobiado has unveiled its new phone, which actually is the first touch screen handset in their luxury portfolio.

The phone is called Grand Touch and comes in two versions- Mobiado Grand Touch and the Mobiado Grand Touch GCB. The first is precision CNC machined from solid aircraft aluminum and then anodized, while the Grand Touch GCB CNC machined from solid brass and is plated with gold. Both phones feature bodies with straight lines, sapphire crystal buttons and also sapphire crystal on corner facets, and on top of the bodies are  CNC engraved with the signature of the designer Peter Bonac. The Grand Touch is available in six variants black, black satin, blue, grey, red and silver, while the Grand Touch GCB is available in two yellow and rose gold.

Mobiado Grand Touch

Under this luxury is casing is lurking the Google Nexus S with Android OS, which means 4-inch capacitive touchscreen with 800 x 480 pixels,  1GHz processor, 512MB of RAM,3-axis gyro sensor, accelerometer,proximity sensor,   GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v2.1, 3.5mm audio jack and 5 megapixel camera with LED flash on the back.

If you’re curious about pricing, I’m too, cause there is no information about  pricing yet.

Source: Mobiado

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