Porsche Design P'9522 mobile phone launches

Mobile phones

Porsche-Design-P'9522.jpgThis is the Porsche P’9522 – a mobile phone designed by Porsche. I can hear you already thinking “it’s got an expensive name on it – the features are going to be practically non-existent”. Well, tell your thoughts that they’re wrong, and should shut up – it’s actually surprisingly high-specced.

The phone case is milled from a single solid aluminum block and a single sheet of scratchproof glass! It’s got a 2.8″ touchscreen OLED display! It’s got built-in Wi-Fi and GPS! It’s got a fingerprint scanner! A fingerprint scanner, for god’s sake!

The bad news? You’re not going to get this in the Carphone Warehouse or Phones 4 U. It’s being sold in Porsche shops and “exclusive specialist stores”, like Harrods and Selfridges, only. It’s being sold for considerably less than its predecessor, the fliptastic P’9521, which costs €1200 (just over £1000). The P’9522 will cost somewhere between £600 and £800.

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Duncan Geere
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