Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Russia Launches $1.3 Million Mobile Phone

MosNews writes about world’s costliest mobile phone: A Moscow-based firm has launched production of what has been tagged as the world’s costliest mobile phone, the bornrich.org website reports.

The Diamond Crypto Smartphone, designed by luxury accessories maker Peter Aloisson, is priced at a crisp $1.3 million and is tagged as the costliest in the world. It features a cover adorned with 50 diamonds, ten of which are the rare blue ones. Apart from this, it also features a few sections made in rose gold as well.

Apart from the enticing looks, this phone manufactured by the Moscow-based JSC Ancort Company uses powerful encryption technology to provide special security. This technology is used with the aim of securing the user’s identity together with keeping intact info about kidnapping, technological blackmail, financial racketeers and corrupted state officials.

Together with this, the phone is built on the lines of Windows CE operating system, and features a high-resolution color TFT display and stores up to 4000 numbers in it’s memory.


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