Porsche has just released a new mobile phone. An update on their two-year-old model, this phone is made from a solid aluminum block.
Porsche Design Group is pushing further into the mobile phone world with their new P'9522 model. An update on the P'9521, the new phone is now available in Porsche Design Stores, phone shops, and other specialty stores.
The new phone keeps the similar straight shape as its predecessor. It is made from a solid aluminum block, with a piece of scratchproof glass covering the display. Porsche's new phone is black at the front, and brushed aluminum at the back. As opposed to the flip-phone style of the 9521, the 9522 is a single piece, bar-style phone.
It comes with a 2.8-inch touchscreen display which uses an active matrix organic light emitting diode (AMOLED) to project images. The phone has GPS built in, to allow the phone to be used as a navigation device. Porsche even included a finger print reader, to prevent unauthorized people from accessing the device. A five megapixel camera, with flash, and stereo MP3 player are built in. The quad-band phone can also be used to access WiFi networks.
Unfortunately, the Porsche P'9522 cannot be used in Japan or Korea because of network compatibility issues. The new phone is on sale now.