The Mobiado Grand Touch Executive Smart Phone
How fashionable is your phone?
With the smartphone market growth over the years and competition getting fierce, the need for individuality is becoming more prominent, even in smartphones.
Most companies have turned to design and aesthetics with their phones, with some phones copying other phone’s designs. Mobiado aims to be different and unique, and fly over the competition while they compete against each other. They wanted to incorporate a different type of phone, an extravagant phone.
Enter the Mobiado Grand Touch Executive Smart Phone
The Mobiado Grand Touch Executive SmartPhone brings smartphone fashion to the next level, by creating a phone that brings both elegance and style to the smartphone market. By adding stone hybrid material and combining it with beautiful design, this phone has hit the luxury mobile market hard.
The Grand Touch Executive Smart Phone provides style and functionality with some of these great features, such as:
> 5-megapixel camera with LED flash.
> 4.65″ display, 720 x 1280 pixels, S-AMOLED capacitive touchscreen, with 16M colours.
> 16GB storage, 1GB RAM
> 3.5mm audio jack, MP3/WAV/eAAC+/AC3 player, and MP4/H.264/H.263 player.
> GPRS, EDGE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth v3.0 with A2DP, and microUSB v2.0 port.
> Accelerometer, gyro, proximity, compass, and barometer.
The Grand Touch Executive is an unlocked device with a quad-band GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 850/900/1700/1900/2100, Integrated A-GPS, and has Wi-Fi connectivity. Most importantly, the phone will also operate in Canada, and other places, like Europe, Africa, Asia-Pacific, the rest of North and South America, and wherever GSM 850/900/1800/1900 networks are available.
This aspect of Engineering Art has been in development for two and a half years, under the name CPT001, made originally with one piece of solid marble. Two and half years later, Mobiado successfully pulled off the first phone to use a hybrid stone material for their phones.
For people who are on their smartphone constantly, if you look across the restaurant, exchanging contact information with another, or just people watching at the airport, smartphones are pretty distinctive. With this, you will be displaying your subtle, yet noticeable technology in a new way. Much like a good watch, you will be noticed and you will receive comments and questions about it.
With the precision and meticulousness of a complex instrument, the same care and attention to detail with this phone shines through just by looking at it.
Just look at it. Seriously.
It’s something you have probably never seen before, and that goes for everyone around you. It’s almost like connoisseurs within the mobile technology industry will start surfacing.
The Grand Touch Executive body is CNC machined to precision while exotic wood or stone hybrid material are bonded into an aircraft aluminum composite. The rest of the phones like the back centre panel and buttons are created using sapphire crystal, resulting in an amazing 50 Carats.
It is quite the phone!
The New Mobiado BlueTooth m|Headset
The m|Headset is something to talk about. The body of the headset is created with a slew of materials including aircraft aluminum, sapphire crystal and, mother of pearl. All of these come together to bring a notable style to what is not your average BlueTooth headset. With the durability in check, the minimalistic style has been a selling point for all of the Mobiado products.
Available in two styles: Black Mother of Pearl and Gold Mother of Pearl.
The Bottom Line
The m|Headset and the Grand Tour Executive makes for a killer combination. On one hand it brings the functionality of hands-free talk and text, while the phone brings a different type of new age elegance that can be a conversation piece in a room full of iPhones, BlackBerry, and Android phones. And different is good.
For more information on how you can get your hands on a new Mobiado Grand Tour Executive or m|Headset contact:
SR Auto Group Head Office
2633 Simpson Road
Richmond, BC, V6X 0B9
Tel: +1 604 279 5563
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