GoldVish Revolution is for the filthy rich

GoldVish Revolution is for the filthy rich
At the Baselworld 2009 were presented some very interesting luxury phones like Ulysse Nardin’s Chairman and the extremely expensive Revolution by the Swiss company GoldVish. It is known for the Le Million, a handset with the hefty price of $1,200,000. The Revolution is not that expensive (only $490,500) and has analog watch with visible moving parts, made by Frederic Jouvenot. The body of the Revolution is covered with 18-carat pink and white gold, and is encrusted with diamonds with a total weight of 29 carats. The manufacturer claims that it uses “the latest mobile technology”, but currently there is no information about its specifications. Currently there is no information about the availability but don’t expect to see it in the local IKEA store.

source: Mobile-review (translated)


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