Friday, 3 December 2010
Mobiado Classic 712ZAF Luxury Phone Out in the Open Mobiado Launches New Handset; Still Too Expensive for Our Pockets
luxury phone which we won t be able to afford anytime soon. Not that we
want luxury phones that aren t capable of really smart features and cool
tricks, do we?
This time we have the Classic 712ZAF model to look
at, so get ready to wonder why some people will pay lots of cash for
this machinery. The phone is made by aluminum, sapphire crystal and
stainless steel which, when placed together, they will conveniently
spell luxury for you.
The aluminum frame is apparently crafted from aircraft aluminum to
�build a strong/stiff yet light body. � Then it is polished or filtered
glass bead blasted and anodized coated in order to produce a �rock hard
ceramic coating for the toughest of uses. � Although since this is a
luxury phone I can hardly imagine anyone to make it go through the
�toughest of uses. �
Furthermore the design is completed with large sapphire crystal plates
while all the buttons and screws are made from stainless steel. The
712ZAF will be available in six colors: Black, Black Satin, Blue, Grey,
Red and Silver.
Now that we know how the whole thing will look like it s time to see
what specs we can expect from it. So here s a quick specs and features
list for the Mobiado Classic 712ZAF: Quad-band GSM Triple band WCDMA
2.2-inch QVGA display 5-megapixel camera with flash and video recording
GPS Web browser and email support Music player with support for multiple
The specs aren t that bad either but would you really move away from a
touchscreen-based smartphone to a luxury one?
Speaking of pricing details the official press release lacks those
details for now. But you can expect the Mobiado Classic 712ZAF to cost a
lot more than you d actually be willing to pay for it.