Mobiado Classic 712GCB Review

Mobiado is a luxury mobile phone company that was founded in Vancouver, Canada in 2004. Known for its distinctive straight lines and circular buttons, Mobiado also has the distinction of being the first company to use rare materials such as meteorites,  aircraft aluminium, sapphire crystal, mother of pearl, etc in their cell phones. The Mobiado Classic 712GCB cellphone is no different, it is a luxury phone for the truly elite and has some pretty useful features other than its looks too.

The Mobiado Classic 712GCB cellphone is available in yellow or rose colors and has an 18k gold plating on the brass frame and buttons and utilizes sapphire crystals on the back panel and buttons as well. The design as you can see from the photos of the Mobiado Classic 712GCB mobile phone is very elegant even though its lines are rigid for the most part.

On to the technical specifications for the Mobiado Classic 712GCB mobile phone which are surprisingly feature rich and the Mobiado Classic 712GCB cellphone even has 3G through HSPA. Other impressive features include quad-band GSM and tri-band WCDMA, 2.2″ QVGA display, 5 MP camera with LED flash, A-GPS and noise cancellation.

The Mobiado Classic 712GCB cellphone also comes pre-loaded with the Opera Mini mobile browser and has a micro USB port as well as Bluetooth for additional connectivity. While there does not seem to be a microSD slot, the Mobiado Classic 712GCB cellphone does have 1.1 GB of internal memory.

While it is clearly out of the price range of ordinary mortals, the Mobiado Classic 712GCB mobile phone is a cellphone that combines luxury and elegance and unlike most elite phones also has the technological edge that will no doubt make it even more appealing.

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