Success is never enough for the successful. Take Porsche, which has established itself as one of the most profitable automakers in the industry. Already selling their sportscars in record numbers, Porsche turned to sport-utility vehicles and now to four-door sedans as well. But the German automaker isn't about to stop there, branching as well into merchandizing with its Porsche Design division, which has just launched their latest offering: the new P'9522 mobile phone.
Featuring the latest technologies packed into a slick package, the P'9522 includes a 5 mexapixel camera with flash, GPS module, stereo MP3 player, WiFi, quad-band antennas for use around the world (save Japan and Korea), and a biometric fingerprint reader for security. While Porsche Design's previous P'9521
was a flip-phone, the features of the new P'9522 are packed into a solid block of aluminum with a scratch-resistant glass touchscreen face. While €600 (approx. $774) may seem like a lot of cash for a cell phone, it's just half the price of the P'9521, available from Porsche Design retail stores and its online shop
. Porsche is staging a traveling photography exhibit featuring the phone, which you can check out in the gallery below along with stock photos of the P'9522.