After the Mobiado concept phone for Aston Martin, the Canadian luxe phone-maker is finally out with the first phone off the Aston Martin collection.
The Grand 350 Aston Martin body is CNC machined from aircraft specification aluminum, and anodized to produce an elegant hard surface. The frame is then inlayed with sapphire crystal.
The infrared window is made from a solid piece of ruby crystal. The screws are stainless steel or gun metal black stainless steel.
Dior presents their latest mobile phone – a sleek looking touch screen phone with custom ringtones and menu, 3G, camera, mineral glass, MP3 player, WI-FI and Bluetooth connectivity. Price: €3,300 ($4,800).
The recently announced BlackBerry Bold 9900 is the latest handset to receive the golden touch from luxury brand Amosu Couture.
The handset features a 24 carat gold bezel and can be customized to include Swarovski crystals, diamonds or personalized engraving.
There is also an option to purchase a handmade leather, python or crocodile case to match the phone.
Aston Martin and luxury mobile phone maker Mobiado have announced that they have teamed up to produce a collection of luxury mobile handsets.
Their first concept phone is called CTP002. It is basically one big, transparent sapphire glass with two titanium edges on the left and right.
This phone shares a special connection with the Aston Martin. It functions as a key that automatically unlocks the doors as owners approach the vehicle.
The British luxury car brand Aston Martin and the luxury mobile phone manufacturer Mobiado are collaborating to produce a collection of luxury mobile handsets.
Synergy between the two brands provides an ideal opportunity for Aston Martin to enter into the electronics sector, with an exclusive range planned to launch in May 2011 through a range of premium outlets.
Peter Bonac, President of Bonac Innovation Corp. said, “Like Aston Martin, Mobiado prides itself on design innovation and technological excellence.”
The TAG Heuer Gulf Meridiist is the brand’s latest luxury cell phone that is inspired by Michael Delaney, Steve McQueen’s character in the 1971 film “Le Mans”.
His character, Michael Delaney, drove for the Gulf team; he got behind the wheel of a speed machine that featured the iconic Gulf light blue and orange racing livery.
He also wore the original Heuer Monaco Chronograph on his wrist, and thus the legend was born.