TAG Heuer RACER Smartphone

TAG Heuer RACER Smartphone
(photos: TAG Heuer) TAG Heuer RACER Smartphone | from €2,800.00 | www.tagheuer.com

not everyone is lucky enough to realize their dream as a GT Race driver but that does not mean that these folks can’t own a piece of this exhilarating motorsports – like this TAG Heuer RACER Smartphone that is inspired by GT sports cars and luxury jets. touted as the world’s first Swiss luxury touchscreen smartphone to be entirely crafted from cutting edge materials used in both motor racing and aviation, the handcrafted RACER smartphone has a shockproof construction and comprises of advanced materials such as titanium grade 2, carbon fiber, black PVD treatment, surgical-grade 316L stainless steel, nano-coated rubber. advanced materials aside, the RACER is still very much a modern day smartphone at heart featuring a 1.0 GHz processor, a high resolution 3.5-inch 16-million colors touchscreen display, a 5.0-megapixels autofocus rear-facing camera, a VGA front-facing camera, 256MB of internal storage, SD card slot expandable up to 16GB, and powered by Android 2.3 OS, which allows access to more than 400,000 applications. expect TAG Heuer-centric multimedia and widgets, including animated TAG Heuer widget clocks based on TAG’s watch models such as MONACO V4 Titanium, MIKROGRAPH and CARRERA. other features include music and video player, 3D customizable user interface, AGPS, WiFi and Bluetooth connectivity, and a 1400 mAh lithium-ion battery that offers up 330 hours (about 14 days) of standby time. the TAG Heuer RACER Smartphone is expected to carry a price tag starting from €2,800 (about US$3,700) and will be available this June through TAG Heuer’s retailers. hit the jump for a gallery of this gorgeous smartphone.

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