• Apr 15, 2008
It goes without saying that this isn't an officially-sanctioned Ferrari F430 cell phone. This is called the "F1 Phone," coming at you in bright-red injection-molded plastic direct from non-Ferrari manufacturing China. Like the Italian exotic, the F1 Phone offers a lot of performance with its dual-band support, a 2.2-inch touch-sensitive LCD display, music player, video player, memory expansion slot, USB connectivity, flashlight, and a slew of other electronic goodies (including three pre-installed games, though not a single one involving driving). Unlike the Italian exotic, this one sports a price tag of just $190, allowing you to save the other $185,000 for your text messaging bill. In case you were wondering, that bulls-eye smack in the middle of the windshield is the built-in 1.3 megapixel camera - you won't find one of those on any showroom Scuderia!


[Source: Techpin via Engadget Mobile]



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      • 6 Years Ago
      At least it was good for a chuckle...China will copy anything...Hey, wait a minute,doesn't Ferrari use unleaded?!
      • 6 Years Ago
      First,as a chinese ,i feel ashamed。but why foreigner always focus on our bad products and make fun of them?we have made products that cheap and durable。It is you that regale on them。consumers will purchase items without much thought about where and how these items were made.
      you can criticize our chinese arbitrarily。who gives you your superiority?the strong USA?or some others?
      It‘s our fault to make such a stupid thing ,but please not to discriminate us。
      maybe my word is impolitely ,and my english is poor。but i think you can understand me。
      • 6 Years Ago
      With the recent string of stupid Ferrari backed products, I wouldn't be surprised if this was approved by Ferrari.


      (Just Kidding)
      • 6 Years Ago
      I suggest you all to not use any chinese goods when you are troubled in Tourette's syndrome. If you can not make sure this was approved by Ferrari or not ,then shut up plz.