These kind of companies is the reason of economic crisis of the world.
MdN8, 04 Jun 2014Rolex sells almost a million watches each year. A Casio tells better time, has an alarm, illum... moreRolex, Patek Philippe, Rolls Royce, Bentley, Ferrari, Apple.. they're all great in term of design.
onex, 03 Jun 2014really? and is it worth to buy a phone with the price of 10 top smartphones, for some show off... moreRolex sells almost a million watches each year. A Casio tells better time, has an alarm, illuminator light, stopwatch, calendar and a 10-year battery. To each his own. Patek Philippe makes a few thousand watches each year and they are sold in advance. So what's a phone? If someone can afford a Rolls Royce, Bentley or a Ferrari, this phone is just as expensive as a set of tires. Why are people complaining about this phone? It's not about specs, people who buy it probably have a life. And a secretary. If it was all about "value for money" then nobody would buy iPhones either. This is for people with money, taste and dreams. There's a few of them left on this world.
DAMN UGLY! It only says "Hey! I'm rich!"
They should put a large permanent price tag under the brand name on the phone body.
Are the super rich using it?
thickest smartphone roll out in 2014? LOL
popye, 04 Jun 2014People calling it ugly don't have good taste. The elite have different and higher standards of... moreFor better or worse, the design looks 'busier' than most phones. I think I'd get used to it.
But of course, I'm never going to be able to afford a phone like this.
People calling it ugly don't have good taste. The elite have different and higher standards of art and beauty than ordinary people like you.
That's the way should be! Unlike the bloody TAG phone cheap spec with expensive cover! Like a Ferrari with Kia 1.4 engine which is ridiculous
This phone is not for those who regularly visits GSMarena like me. We are just average people.
sssssssss, 03 Jun 2014yes, because this is not for common people now. you think like a common people. you can't imag... moreHmm yes. That's a good point.
In the high executive world, image is so important.