Gresso has recently come up with the Cruiser Titanium, which we’ve presented at the beginning of February, the first polished titanium mobile phone in the world. The brand has now something in store for the mild gender – the Cruiser Titanium White.
The manufacturer of luxury mobile phones has crafted this beauty from a single piece of pure snow-white titanium which was hand polished to a high glossy mirror surface. So were the 21 round key buttons, crafted from steel instead, dazzling expressions of beauty and delicacy. For just one case, the milling process takes roughly 7 hours, while the hand polishing, executed by a single craftsman, takes several hours more.
One the other hand, the technical specifications of the phone aren’t that impressive, to be honest. The Cruiser Titanium White boasts only 30 MB of internal memory, expandable up to 2 GB via microSD cards. In addition, the phone comes with Symbian S40 operating system, support for GSM networks and a TFT 320 x 240 screen measuring 2 inches in diagonal. But I guess women don’t seek high-tech as much as they seek beauty, so this phone is just enough.
According to Gresso, the Cruiser Titanium White will be manufactured as a limited edition of 999 units, each of the phones being engraved on the side of the case with a serial personal number. Two options are also available – customers are able to choose a serial number to go with the exquisite gadget and they can also ask for custom engravings. Prices per phone rise to as much as $3,000 and availability reportedly starts on the 13th of March.