Feb 6 2013, 9:09am CST | by Shane McGlaun
I've always been rather bothered by the products that Gresso produces. Much of my problem comes in the fact that the devices are insanely expensive and typically, the mobile phones the company produces have horrible features. Granted, I'm not exactly the target market for the company because I wouldn't pay $2500 even it if was the most feature packed phone in existence.
Gresso has unveiled a new mobile phone called the Cruiser Titanium . The name comes from the fact that the phone has a one-piece titanium shell that requires 16 hours to produce. The shell is hand polished to a shiny glow. The screen for the device is a mere two-inches wide. The phone also runs Symbian S40 for the operating system.
Other hardware features for the phone include only 30 MB of internal storage and a microSD card slot supporting only 2 GB of additional storage . The phone comes unlocked for GSM 900/1800/1900 frequencies. The phone has a two-megapixel camera and a price tag of $2500. Why can't this company make a fancy phone with decent features?
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