This phone is beautiful. It is not adressed to all of you but to people that can easily burn money for an Aston car or a AP watch. Of course this phone is a second phone as all those clients will keep their iPhone or Samsunung next to it.
There is a demand for that type of products, that is why TAG Heuer by launching this new phone will satisfy customers in the Middle East, in Russia and Asia.
so when ur buying this phone u may imagine buying an expensive watch with phone functionality..so thats when the price becomes reasonable.lol
Except for the looks..the phone has nothing to offer..with 3300 Euros..well a person can buy a much better resourceful Phone..and show off one too with much better looks.
doesnt it replicate the Blackberry's pearl??
Is it only me that thinks this way or any others too??
The crazy thing that people seem to overlooking is, it can last for 28 days on a single charge!!! That's CRAZZYY! I'm considering it for that feature alone. It will make a great second phone to accompany my future Note 3. Of course when I get $5300 'to burn'.
Wow looks tempting.. i would definitely buy this if the price was within range
Lol?!?! Who'd buy this? Keypad phone? Even midrange phones are touchscreen. Plus, for the price?? I'd rather go for one of those luxurious gold edition of HTC One or iPhone etc over this. At least those looks good and worth the consideration for the material, with good LOOKS AND SPECS.
"If you got some cash to burn" indeed lol.. Seriously, WTF!! Five grand for a piece of crap?
It's all about exclusivity, not about having the ability to post on facebook, twitter or other such crappy, lame social sites. Or running the latest silly multi-touch on-line game, Or achieving the highest benchmark scores etc etc. The person buying this phone will be too busy making and taking REAL phone calls, Striking up deals and business proposals to bring in their next MILLION too be bothers by all that other crap that seems to seduce the average smart-phone user. It will also no doubt raise a few eyebrows during board meetings when they whip it out and slap it on the table (the phone that is, you dirty minded people :D).