flashy, the Mobiado Stealth might just be right up your alley. The Russian firm known as much for its mobile perfume and silly accessories as it is for its luxury handsets has released details on what might be the lowest-key bespoke phone on the market, the appropriately-named "Stealth." The under-the-radar mobile is fashioned from aircraft aluminum, stainless steel, and sapphire crystal and is limited to a total run of 1,200 (though we imagine Mobiado could have its arm twisted into making a few more if the price was right) and features triband GSM / EDGE and WCDMA on the 2100MHz band; HSDPA support isn't specified, so we imagine the 3G action is limited to UMTS. Other priceless features include a QVGA display, 2 megapixel camera, microSD expansion, Bluetooth, and integrated media player -- in other words, the exact same stuff you get on a $50 on-contract piece from the carrier of your choice. The price of exclusivity these days, eh?
Mobiado announces Stealth for rich people
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