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Mobiado takes the wraps off its Classic 712 Stealth

Updated 4 years ago

Following up on the 105 Damascus the company launched last month, Mobiado announced Tuesday that a new ultra-high end model has been added to its portfolio. The Classic 712 Stealth was inspired by stealth military aircraft and is built out of glass bead-blasted “aircraft aluminum” and sapphire crystal. The case is then anodize coated and adorned with hand painted sapphire crystal buttons. In terms of specs, the 712 Stealth features quad-band GSM and triple-band WCDMA (2100/1900/900), a 2.2-inch QVGA display, a 5-megapixel camera with video capture and a flash, integrated GPS and Nokia’s S40 platform. The Mobiado Classic 712 Stealth is available immediately for $2,970. Hit the break for the full press release.


Vancouver, Canada – November 16th, 2010: Working off the 712 Series DNA, and inspired by military stealth aircrafts, the Classic 712 Stealth combines aluminum and sapphire crystal in an extreme fashion. Evolving from the history and tradition of Mobiado Stealth lineup, the 712 Stealth is certain to become a Mobiado cult classic.

The Externals: Intense design and hand crafted sophistication.

Remaining perfectly faithful to the Stealth design, the Classic 712 Stealth is the evolution of the extreme series; combining aluminum and sapphire crystal to create a sense of intense luxury.  The aluminum frame is created from aircraft aluminum to build a strong/stiff yet light body, it is glass-bead blasted to give a matte finish, and then anodize coated black to produce a rock hard ceramic coating for the toughest of uses.  Large sapphire crystal plates are precision inset into the aluminum body and sapphire gems are inlayed along its sides.  The buttons of the Classic 712EM are crafted from sapphire crystal and hand painted with black paint.  The phone is then assembled using gun-metal black stainless steel screws.  The iconic Mobiado logo is CNC machine engraved into the body to bestow a final touch of elegance.  Available with a black, clear, blue, or ruby selection button.

The Internals: Merging state-of-the-art technologies with the tradition of phone-making innovation.

The 712 Stealth is unlocked and will work with any GSM network operator.  The phone is quad-band GSM (GSM 850/900/1800/1900) and has triple band WCDMA Band I, II and VIII (2100/1900/900) coverage on up to five continents.  It is equipped with a large 2.2” QVGA display, 5 megapixel camera and video camera with flash, integrated GPS, web browser, email support, and a music player that supports AMR, MID, MP3, MP4, M4A, .WMA and AAC files.

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