High-end mobile phone manufacturer, Gresso, has announced the forthcoming launch of the Gresso Avantgarde, its latest luxury phone.
The Gresso Avantegarde is powered by the Gresso operating system, which is based on the new Windows Mobile 6 Standard.
It has a 320 x 240 pixel TFT display, a built-in 2 megapixel camera, and MP3-player.
The stylish phone is just 14 mm thick, and the case is made from African Blackwood, making each phone unique.
The screen is framed with sapphire crystal glass, and the keyboard features laser-cut Roman numerals and has a special, scratch-resistant titanic covering.
The back cover of the phone is made from stainless steel with a titanic covering and a mirror finish.
The battery cover locks magnetically for reliability and ease of use, and the back panel is decorated with a gold Gresso logo.
Two Gresso Avantgarde will be available in two models, Luna and Sol, from the fourth quarter 2007.