Gresso AvantGarde Skeleton Phone
Skeleton watches are very popular simply because it's fun to watch those tiny pieces in action safe behind a sapphire crystal. Gresso has created the Gresso Avantgarde Skeleton to give a similar experience to the cell phone. The limited edition phone is made of titanium alloy with a scratch-proof high-tech ceramic coverage. The 23 function keys and the triangle on the front panel are executed of aircraft steel. The sapphire glass on the back panel is decorated with the Gresso logo covered with 10 micron gold. The phone features Windows Mobile 6 Standard, 2 Gb memory, SMS/MMS/e-mail, Internet explorer, Outlook, WAP 2.0, GPRS, Bluetooth, USB-port, mini-USB, PC Synchronization, voice recorder, MP3-player, 2 MP camera.
Why do you need a skeleton window on a cell phone? That's the big mystery. I'm pretty sure there's not too much to see back there unless Gresso has developed some type of motorized circuitry. It sells for $5,000.
[via Crunch Gear]