Gresso, a company known for creating luxury devices has just announced the launch of a new addition to its Grand Monaco lineup. Called Pure Black, it looks pretty much just like the original Grand Monaco in terms of design, but instead of being silver and black, it’s just all black this time around and features round steel buttons on the keypad.
Inspired by leading-edge supercars, the Grand Monaco is made from high resistant and light titanium alloy, coated with high-tech ceramics layers. It is available in two variations – Pure Black Cayman with crocodile leather and Pure Black Carbon with Italian carbon leather. Its screen is protected with 42 carat sapphire glass polished by hand with a diamond tool.
If you’re picking up this device, chances are you’re not buying it for more than its exquisite exterior. While the specs weren’t mentioned in the press release, it is running on Symbian S40 so don’t expect any quad-core goodness here. But if you’re looking for a feature phone to blow your money on, these limited edition phones (only 100 units have been made) will be available from Gresso dealers and online for $2700.
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