Porsche Design P'9522 gets a new paint job after a year

Porsche Design P'9522 gets a new paint job after a year
There are a lot of things that handsets can do in the course of a year – from hardware to software; you generally see at least a good amount of differences. Even after the one year mark, there’s usually a successor hiding in the bushes waiting for its time to hit the spotlight. For the Porsche Design P’9522, which has seen other handsets fly by over the year, it’s getting repainted with a new color – and that’s it. After celebrating its birthday, the only noticeable difference between the original and the latest version is nothing but the new jet black finish. As for the rest, it still features a 2.8” display, 5-megapixel camera, GPS, Wi-Fi, microSD slot, and a finger print scanner – all priced excessively thanks to its name. If the new paint job isn’t going to make you jump for joy, we’d gladly understand your feelings associated with a long wait for just a color change and the lack of 3G speeds.

source: Autoblog via Engadget


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