Gresso adorns their Grand Monaco handsets with leather
Aside from the new coating, the handsets are virtually identical to those of the Grand Monaco Series and made of titanium alloy covered with several layers of ceramics. Their displays are strewn with hand-polished 42-carat sapphire crystals, while the keypads are made of lapped steel that has undergone special treatment to give the material exceptional scratch resistance. The other specifications include 2-megapixel camera, QVGA resolution display, Bluetooth, FM radio and microSD slot. The Gresso Grand Monaco LE handsets are already available for purchase and the price of $1,800 is lower than the price tag of the original line-up.