The Gresso Regal Black phone is gearing up to expand the company’s lineup of luxurious handsets. This offering is an addition to the Avantgarde collection that was seen welcoming the Grand Premiere device last year.
The latest option churned out from the company’s stable sports a neat 121mm x 46mm x 12mm form factor and tips the scales at 130 grams. Complete with an elegant design and a sharpened bottom, the device also comes draped in a deep black color. With a solid titanium slab as its core component, the metal and glass combination gives it a many-sided frame appearance.
What lends the handset its rugged factor is the black PVD-surface that has been incorporated for better protection. Additionally, tempered mineral glass is what adorns the front and back panels of the offering. Created with precision cutting technology, the keyboard can apparently brave tough service conditions so that potential users have a rugged as well as a chic piece in their hands. As for the phone’s remaining attributes, it runs on Symbian S40 OS and features up to 30MB of internal memory with a microSD card slot that extends support for up to 2GB of storage.
The rear panel is strapped with a 2MP camera, while the handset also proffers WAP, GPRS, EDGE and Bluetooth connectivity. A peek under the hood reveals the presence of an 860mAh Li-ion battery that provides the juice for up to 5 hours of talktime and about 300 hours of standby. Individuals who simply adore the design and have the bucks to shell out on this luxurious device, may have probably gone into a consideration mode.
The Gresso Regal Black price is chalked down as $5000 and it is expected to hit availability status in April 2012.