Want to have a really special Android-powered phone to show off to your friends? Well, at $49,500, the updated Ulysse Nardin Chairman phone is probably the most expensive Android phone to date, until someone decides to drape an Android-powered phone in Gold. While the phone was initially slated to be powered by Windows Mobile, it seems that it’s now been replaced by Google’s Android OS, which certainly has plenty of momentum behind it. The features of this updated Chairman also include a 3.2-inch capacitive touchscreen display, fingerprint recognition, 3G, Facebook app preloaded, 8-megapixel camera, HD video playback, 32GB internal memory, and an ARM-based Freescale i.MX processor. You’re currently able to pre-order this phone, and the price of it will range from a measly $12,800 to $49,500, depending on the model that you choose.
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