Mobiado's first QWERTY phone

Mobiado's first QWERTY phone
Mobiado’s first QWERTY phone has just popped up on the manufacturer’s web site. We have already had a glance at this piece of craftsmanship, but the details are numerous this time. The phone is called the Grand 350PRL and tons of high-quality, expensive materials seem to have been used in this work of art. The body is built of CNC machined aircraft metal, plated with black nickel. The keys do not fall behind, as they are made of sapphire crystal and stainless steel. The infrared window is a solid piece of ruby crystal and the screws are of gun metal black stainless steel. Maybe the most fashionable part of the phone is its back panel, entirely made of sapphire crystal. The device comes in four colors: black, gold, pink and white with the change of its overall look mainly due to the differently colored panel. As a whole, the Mobiado Grand 350 PRL can be considered very expensive and luxurious version of the Nokia E71, as we guess they both have the same hardware - there great similarity in keyboard layouts and the overall design.

Come to specs, the Mobiado Grand 350PRL is a quad-band GSM with a rather small 2.36-inch display, 3.2MP camera, microUSB port, HSDPA and Wi-Fi. The operating system has not been revealed yet, but we bet it is no other than Symbian S60. Mobiado still doesn´t give away details on the price, but you know what to expect from a luxury phone manufacturer.

source: Mobiado via UnwiredView


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