Oftentimes, we wonder why mobile phones cost as much as they do (with the iPhone alone, without a contract, costing upwards of $500 USD) – they aren’t made of diamonds, are they?
Well, the Gresso Avantgarde Skeleton is not made of diamonds. Indeed, this phone is housed in a special titanium alloy metal case (which previously has been used in space) with ceramic coverage. If that’s not enough, both display panels (the one in the back is transparent and allows the user to see the inside the phone) are made of sapphire crystal glass, the battery case is magnetic and made of stainless steel, and the back of the handset features the Gresso logo in 10 micron gold.
The Gresso phone is compatible with Windows 6 Mobile, internet, and email and comes equipped with a 2 GB memory card, USB port, bluetooth capability, mini-USB, voice recorder, mp3 player, 2 mp camera, PC synchronization, etc etc.
Just one catch – only 15 exist, and they each cost $5,000 USD.
How much are you willing to pay for excellent craftmanship and sapphire crystal display?