Mobiado launches The Grand Touch and The Grand touch GCB luxury phones
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Mobiado launches The Grand Touch and The Grand touch GCB luxury phones

Mobiado launches The Grand Touch and The Grand touch GCB luxury phones

Mobiado launches The Grand Touch and The Grand touch GCB

The Canada based company Mobiado, known for its cutting-edge luxury phones, continues its tradition of creating nothing less than the best. As we have seen that the company has rolled out many luxury handsets such as Professional 105 GCB, Classic 712GCB and Professional 105GCB Rose etc. This time the company is all set to roll out its first touch-screen phone.

The phone is known as The Grand Touch, and is also available in different technology known as The Grand Touch GCB. The sleek and sophisticated handsets feature circular buttons, elegant straight lines with flat surface to add an artistic touch. The body of the phone is designed with precision and is crafted from CNC machined from solid aircraft aluminum and is elegantly plated with gold and solid brass. Unlike other phones that has curve in the body, the straight lines in these phones can only be done with precision of CNC machining. The top bodies of the phones are designed by Peter Bonac and the frames are inlayed with elective black painted sapphire crystal positioned in every corner surface. The back of the body is engraved with 2 pieces of sapphire crystal linking at a sharp angle.

Not only the outside body, but the battery cover is made of one piece of sapphire crystal with a unique hidden sliding mechanism. Crafted from gunmetal black stainless steel, the screws are black painted. The Grand Touch is available in six designer styles: black, black satin, blue, grey, red and silver.

The specs list include, Integrated A-GPS, WLAN, 5 megapixel camera with LED flash, and the phones have 4" display of 480 x 800 pixels, S-LCD capacitive touch screen with 16M colors. The phones are available in Multi-touch input method, but it would work only within North America, Europe, Africa, Asia- Pacific, and South America where GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks are available.

Via: Mobiado

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