Tag Heuer Link Android Smartphone Gets Teased

Posted: Jun 8 2011, 1:44pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 28 2011, 2:21pm CDT, in News | Android

 

Tag Heuer Link Android Smartphone gets Teased
 

Tag Heuer launches another phone in July.

The Tag Heuer Link is an Android smartphone to be launched on in July. The TAG Heuer LINK is is Swiss-engineered, French-built, and powered by Google Android. It features advanced design and materials, hand-assembled and finished craftsmanship, unsurpassed reliability, and a total commitment to the avant-garde.

Tag Heuer says about the Link:

The first luxury smartphone with a tactile screen, it is also the first equipped with upgradeable Google Android software. Android’s ability to switch quickly between applications brings incomparable multitasking power, making the TAG Heuer LINK one of the fastest phones on the market: menus open at lightning speed, tabs are super responsive, web pages load with virtually no lag time, and access to news and weather widgets and Skype messaging is instantaneous. A superlative design object and a powerful resource, a pleasure to hold and delight to use, the TAG Heuer LINK is essential equipment for adventurers, sportsmen and business executives. With it, a world of exclusivity and prestige is, literally, at your fingertips.

Below you can watch a teaser video. There is no word yet on the price-tag, but I guess it will be around a couple thousand Dollars.

Update:
Tag Heuer Link is official and goes on sale July 1st.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
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