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Thursday, 12 June 2008 12:18

Mobiado announces Professional 105 EM and 105 GCB

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Two more luxury pros

 

Today, Mobiado announced another two models from their Professional series. They’re 105EM and 105GCE models.

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PRO105EM is a handset made of hardwood, aluminum, sapphire crystals and 24 karat gold – meaning that this phone is as luxury as it gets.

Mobiado is trying to continue their legacy of unique phones, and each of their phones is unique due to the fact that certain parts are hand-crafted.

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PRO105 GCB is a model whose design is a combination of ancient techniques used in Swiss mechanical clocks development and new, modern but simple stylish details.

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The front and back are, just like in PRO105 ZAF, made of big chunks of sapphire crystals. The keys are also sapphire, but they’re hand painted with 24 karat gold.

Both phones are unlocked for all the networks and run on quad-band GSM/EGSM and dual band WCDMA frequencies. They feature 2-inch displays, 2 megapixel cameras as well as a video camera. They pack 1GB of internal memory, Bluetooth and micro USB ports. Of course, there’s also the audio player supporting MP3, AAC and eAAC+ formats.

More here.

 

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