Forget gold, palladium and platinum, titanium is now all set to become the luxury metal with the Midas touch, with titanium being the metal of choice in fine jewelry and high-end watches. This metal that impresses with its beautiful silver hue, lightness and resistance from corrosion, salt, moisture and sunlight has been earlier used in state-of the-art luxury products including the Leica M9 Titanium edition camera, the titanium iPhone cases by Brikk, and the Tag Heuer’s Monaco V4 Titanium watch, to name a few. And, now the noted manufacturer of luxury communication devices Gresso, which has earlier impressed us with its
Described to a perfect combination of geometric style, unmatched strength, and material texture, the Regal Titanium boasts a flawless case exterior built to withstand extreme loads, resist dents and twists, and avoid allergic reaction, discomfort and heaviness.
Notably, the phone’s complicated frame geometry case is executed from a whole solid titanium slab on high-accurate equipment. And, the directional grinding creates unique matt touch, as the material acquires a noble deep color, and natural titanium hue adds a rich silver tone.
The phone keyboard is traditionally cut from the steel that is common for touch service conditions and polished by hand for a glossy effect.
Limited to just 333 pieces, the Regal Titanium phone is now available for sale with a price tag of $4,500.