• Jun 8, 2007

It's a luxury-branded world we live in, and for some people, life, love, and mobile reception are just a little bit better when your cell phone comes from a high-end car maker. Ferrari's got Motorola, Lamborghini's got Nokia, Mercedes has Asus, and now Porsche Design, a subsidiary of the actual auto company, reveals its latest effort in conjunction with Sagem Communication, a French cell phone company: the P'9521.

All the usual suspects are there: quad-band GSM, 3.2 megapixel camera and flash, mp3 recording and playback, video capture, Bluetooth, and all kinds of messaging. It has a dual hinge so the screen swivels in two directions, like the Nokia N90, and you can take pictures around corners. It also has a fingerprint reader, although with so much mineral glass for its surface, we imagine the phone will be 'capturing' its fair share of fingerprints one way or another. Frankly, we think the form factor looks a bit clunky, but the aluminum and mineral glass is certainly digable. It will be available later this year, and it's going to cost a lot, but you won't be able to buy it in the US. For now, you'll just have to settle for a pocket knife instead.

[Source: Carscoop]



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      • 7 Years Ago
      Don't forget that Aston Martin also had Motorola and Nokia (V600 and 8800 respectively).

      Plus there's the Vertu (Nokia) collection featuring different racetracks from around the world.
      • 7 Years Ago
      You can get one of these right now for £800, I'm interested to see where the price goes around december, at that point I may pick one up.
      • 7 Years Ago
      They should get the internals of a NEC L1, and then put their "design" on it - looks like a NEC L1 knockoff!
      • 7 Years Ago
      Looks clunky...