Porsche and Vertu luxury phones have been around for a while, but these expensive pieces of technology never had a dual SIM variant. Now, Gresso is changing that by revealing what appears to be world's first dual SIM luxury phone. Dubbed Azimuth A1, this premium handset will only be manufactured in a small batch of 999 units with each piece manually assembled.
Gresso Azimuth A1 has a case made of grade 5 titanium, a front panel that uses tempered mineral glass and a steel keyboard with manually polished keys. These are its (rather outdated) technical specs:
Internal Memory: 2 GB
Camera: 1.3 MP
Connectivity: GSM 900/1800, GPRS and EDGE, WAP 2.0, Bluetooth 2.0
Operating system: S40
Battery: 1,110 mAh BL-4U offering up to 20 hours talk time and 680 hours in standby
This luxury dual SIM phone will have a price of $2,000 USD and will come with free shipping worldwide and 12 months warranty. Unfortunately its date of release is not known yet, since the official product page only displays "coming soon" for now.
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