Only two months after announcing the first handsets from its Avantgarde Skeleton Collection, Gresso has now unveiled the Skeleton Gold phone.

Not too different from the Avantgarde Skeleton, the Gresso Skeleton Gold is, obviously, dressed in more gold.

Its 23 functional keys are “executed of 18k gold”, while its QVGA screen is protected by hand-polished 42k sapphire glass, which is inspired by complicated swiss skeleton watches.

All the special features of Skeleton collection remained in the new model. The case is executed of special titanium alloy with scratch-proof high-tech ceramic coverage.

The sapphire glass on the back panel is decorated with the Gresso logo covered with 10 micron gold. Roman numerals on the keyboard are an innovative by Gresso.

The Skeleton Gold will run on Windows Mobile 6 and it will feature Bluetooth, MP3 player, a 2 megapixel camera and 2GB of internal memory.

The Gresso Skeleton Gold is available for $4,400 in a 50-unit limited edition. Source: unwiredview