Mobiado Classic 712 Stealth is the latest mobile phone launched by the Canadian-based manufacturer, specialized in CNC (computer numerical controlled), which is inspired by the military stealth aircrafts. Unlike its predecessor, Professional 105 Damascus, this one is also crafted in aluminum with sapphire crystal plates that have been put together with gun-metal black stainless steel screws.
The phone is made from an aircraft aluminum compound and adorned with sapphire gems. The phone’s case is anodized and covered in black to produce an extremely durable and hard ceramic coating. The large sapphire crystal plates are placed into the aluminum body, while the sapphire gems along its sides are hand painted. Customers can choose to have their keypad in English, Arabic, or Cyrillic.
However, when it comes to technical specifications, the Mobiado Classic 712 Stealth fails to impress, even though the manufacturer’s official announcement mentions a large 2.2-inch QVGA display. The ultra-high end luxurious handset sports a 5-megapixel camera with flash and video recording capabilities, built-in GPS receiver, web browser, email support, music player (supports AMR, MID, MP3, MP4, M4A, .WMA and AAC files) and runs on Nokia’s S40 platform.
Not much for a $3,000 phone, but we all know you are not going to buy this one for the features.