The TAG Heuer Meridiist line of cell phones have always been crazy expensive despite not being at the cutting edge of technology, simply because it rides more on the pretigious brand name of a luxury piece of tech instead of a functional one. The TAG Heuer Meridiist GMT follows in its predecessor’s footsteps, where its only new feature would be its ability to keep track of Greenwich Mean Time.
The GMT feature targeted towards the globe trotters will allow mobile users to maneuver more than one time zone, and switch between home and destination time. The new Meridiist GMT Collection is basically identical to previous Meridiist models and features a a 240×320 front display, a 96×16 OLED top display for showin time, Bluetooth and support for GMS/EDGE networks plus a 2 Megapixel Camera for snapshots.
The TAG Heuer Meridiist GMT is available in four versions: stainless steel and black carbon stamped genuine leather, black PVD and black carbon stamped genuine leather, stainless steel with perforated genuine black leather and red holes, and black PVD and genuine black alligator soft touch with red stitches.
TAG Heuer has pledged to include the GMT function in all future $4000+ Merediist models.