Coming in at a cool £1,500, Mobiado's Stealth mobile is fairly average

Mobile phones

stealth_img8_low%282%29.jpgElectric Pig reported recently on an ultra-expensive mobile handset from Mobiado, and who are we to argue with a £1,500 form of communication? Other than everything I’m going to tell you about, below, of course.

Dubbed ‘Stealth’, it’s created using the same materials as airplanes, just a single piece of aluminium. The specifications aren’t that astonishing as you’d expect with the price-tag, it seems with this model, exclusivity is what has pushed the price up: only 1,200 units will be sold.

Running on Symbian Series 40 technology, it’s got a 2.0-megapixel camera and 8x digital zoom, a QVGA 262,144 colour screen with 320×240 pixels, Bluetooth, is tri-band GSM network enabled and features the usual music and media player. The memory is paltry at just 6MB internally and with a 64MB memory card included, however the microSD slot means you can always pop in your own.

Mobiado (via Electric Pig)

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