Gresso revealed Regal Phones in titanium version.
After the modern gadgets undergone stylish makeover performed by the designers worldwide, achieved with the help of precious stones like Swarovski, diamonds and metal like gold it’s time to get even more wider and look for further options to glaze these equipments. And for this time the choice is Titanium, Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Gresso, has come out recently into top-end iPhone 5 cases that have been launched a titanium version for its angular Symbian S40-sporting Regal device.
With Titanium becoming the new favorite among luxury lovers it is slowing gaining the same emphasis as products done up in Gold, palladium and platinum, especially in the watch and jewelry segments. Not only is it light, and durable but also pleasant to the eye with a subtle silver appearance. Maybe that is what prompted Gresso to come up with the Regal Titanium “ultra strong phone”.
The phone’s case is etched out of a single slab of titanium, and the end product boasts of only “9% of the original metal work piece”. Stunning to look at, the front and back feature solid tempered glass plates and a unique tinting technology gives it a deep black hue. The keypad is made from glossy steel and the handset is limited to just 333 units. Measuring 121x46x12, it weighs just 130 grams; the phone runs the Symbian S40 platform and is proced at $4500.
The handset resists dents and general battering to make it stand for long in terms of life and energy. Being able to withstand heavy loads without buckling its titanium shell is resistant to corrosion, salt, moisture and sunlight and the metal is not too heavy either. At 130g, the Regal Titanium is only a touch heavier than the iPhone 5.
We certainly won’t mind such change done to our most favorite accessory. The step taken by Gresso Regal Titanium is soon to become a style statement. The handset crafted to be tough and scratch resistant would certainly earn plenty of considerations.