Titanium, a very important metal discovered back in 1791 is widely used for aircraft, surgical instruments, dental implants, buildings and in recent times for fine jewelry and high-end watches. Luxury mobile phone manufacturer Gresso, used characteristics of titanium, such as its silver color, strenght, luster, resistant of corrosion (including sea water, aqua regia and chlorine), to design Regal Titanium phone.
Titanium version of its angular Symbian S40-sporting Regal device, new Gresso Regal Titanium also includes tri-bands operation (900/1800/1900), Bluetooth connectivity, a 2MP camera, 30MB of internal storage that can be expanded via microSD and is powered by a li-ion 860mAh battery that promises 5.4 hours of talk time and 300 hours of standby.
Described as combination of geometric style and unmatched strength, the phone is capable to withstand extreme loads, resist dents and twists, and avoids allergic reactions. Limited to only 333 devices, Regal Titanium angular phone is available for sale with a price tag of $4,500.