Mobiado has been creating luxury phones for several years, and now is introducing their first model of 2010...the Mobiado Classic 712ZAF
. The phone combines aircraft-grade aluminum, sapphire crystal, and stainless steel, so it is strong yet light-weight. Large sapphire crystal plates are precision inset into the aluminum body, and the buttons and screws are created from stainless steel with an illuminating sapphire crystal button for the selection key. Available colors are Black, Black Satin, Blue, Grey, Red, and Silver. All of this is nice, but what about the features? It includes a 2.2” QVGA display, 5MP camera with flash and 640x480 video recording, 2 mics for noise cancellation, GPS, Opera Mini web browser, email support, music player, and 1.17GB of internal memory. The Mobiado Classic 712ZAF comes unlocked and works with quad-band GSM (850/900/1800/1900 MHz), and has triple band WCDMA Band I, II and VIII coverage (2100/1900/900 MHz) for use on up to five continents. What's interesting is that there is no word on pricing. So you know the old saying...if you have to ask, you probably can't afford it.