Despite the harsh financial times, the luxury phone business has never let up. Of course, those with the money to buy such objects have been heard to cry, "What recession?" So, especially for those people, take a gander at Mobiado's Classic 712ZAP mobile phone - the company's first phone release of the year following its Stealth and Pioneer releases of 2009.
Derived from the company's own Luminoso series the Classic features a candybar chassis with quad-band GSM / EDGE (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900) connectivity. Based upon a 2.2in screen packing in a QVGA resolution, the phone includes A-GPS, email, a web browser, music player plus a built in camera of a good 5-megapixel specification. A LED flash is also included. An intriguing addition is the inclusion of two microphones for uplink noise cancellation.
The Mobiado Classic 712ZAF will be available in six color versions: Black, Black Satin, Silver, Grey, Blue and Red. The company has yet to announce a price.
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